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1954 Wolf 




Coyola University 
of the South 

J^ew Orleans, Couisiana 



Zhe 1954 Wolf 

Coyola UHivetsity 
J^ew Orleans, jCa, 



SvaHgelm )Aolero 

Editor 
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DEDICATION 



This book goes to press in the Marian Year . . . The whole Catholic world is commemorating the cen- 
tenary of the definition by Pope Pius IX of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. . . . 
It was on December 8, 1854 that Pius IX solemnly defined: ". .the doctrine which declares that the 
Blessed Virgin Mary, in the first instant of her conception . .was preserved from all stain of original 
sin. . . is a doctrine revealed by God." . . .Four years, later, confirmation of the definition came from 
Heaven itself... In 1858, the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to St. Bernadette at Lourdes. . When ques- 
tioned concerning her identity, the Blessed Mother replied: "\ am the immaculate Conception." . . .Our pres- 
ent Holy Father, Pope Pius XII, in proclaiming the Marian Year, said: "When our predecessor defined the 
doctrine of the Immaculate Conception . . he was merely carefully conserving and sanctioning with his 
authority the teaching of the whole Church from its earliest days right down through the centuries. . . . 
(the Blessed Mother) obtained this singular privilege, never granted to anyone else, because she was 
raised to the dignity of Mother of God. . .it was by virtue of Christ's merits that she was preserved by 
God immune from all stain of originial sin ... Non-Catholics .. are. .. mistaken when they find fault 
with. . .our devotion to the Virgin Mother of God, as if it took something from the worship due to God 
alone and to Jesus Christ. The contrary is true, because any honor and veneration we may give to 
Our Heavenly Mother. . .redounds to the glory of her Divine Son. .because all graces and all gifts, even 

the highest, flow from Him as from their primary source this centenary celebration should, .serve 

to revive Catholic faith and earnest devotion to the Mother of God in the souls of all ... the commemora- 
tion of the mystery of the Most Holy Virgin conceived immaculate and immune from all stain of original 
sin, should urge us to that innocence and integrity of life which flees from and abhors even the slightest 
stain of sin ..." 



In the spirit of the Marion Year, we, the students of Loyola University of the South, dedicate 
this 1953-54 annual to Mary, the Immaculate Mother of God. 




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DEDICATION 4 

BUILDINGS 8 

ADMINISTRATION 19 

FACULTY 27 

SENIORS 35 

SCHOOLS 49 

Arts and Sciences 49 

Business Administration 67 

Dentistry 77 

Law 83 

Music 85 

Pharmacy 87 

FEATURES 93 

PERSONALITIES 117 

Campus Court 118 

Finalists 1 28 

Fresh Queen 132 

Who's Who 133 

LSL Award 1 36 

Charles Bailey Award 1 36 

GOVERNMENT 1 37 

FRATERNITIES 143 

ORGANIZATIONS 1 77 

SODALITIES 211 

PUBLICATIONS 219 

R.O.T.C 229 

SPORTS 241 

Basketball 245 

Baseball 258 

* Track 262 

Archery 266 

Tennis 268 

Intramurals 269 

CAMPUS CALENDAR 275 

ADVERTISEMENTS 295 



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Zhe President 

Zhe Very Keverend 

W, Patrick DoHHelly, S.^ 





Loyola R.O.T.C. Cadets welcome Fr. Donnelly to Camp Gordon. 



The President drinks a toast to the queen and her court. 





The President presents certificates to five members of the 1904 
graduating class. 



Fr. Donnelly gets a look at the new sun dial, which the students seem 
to find rather interesting. 



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^eau of faculties 




THE REVEREND 
EDWARD A. DOYLE, S.J. 





Fr. Doyle assists Fr. Donnelly in checking the Field House progress. 



Anthony Cutrera, outstanding senior cadet, receives on oword from 
Fr. Doyle. 



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'Dean of 
Students 





THE REVEREND 
ANTHONY C. O'FLYNN, S.J. 



Fr. O'Flynn congratulates Ed Golvin on being named the 
most valuable basketball player. 




Dean of 
Women 




MISS JOAN BARRIOS 



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Miss Barrios helps some freshmen with their problems. 




REV. EDWARD A. DOYLE, S.J. 

Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 




DR. JOHN V. CONNOR 

Dean of the College of Business Administration 




DR. FRANK J. HOUGHTON 

Dean of the School of Dentistry 



T)caHS and 




REV. ANTHONY C. O'FLYNN, S.J. 

Regent of the College of Arts and Sciences 




REV. JOSEPH A. BUTT, S.J. 

Regent of the College of Business Administration 

REV. WILLIAM D. O'LEARY, S.J. 

Regent of the School of Dentistry 



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Kegents 




REV. LOUIS J. TWOMEY, S.J. 

Regent of the School of Law 




REV. JOSEPH B. BASSICH, S.J. 

Regent of the College of Music 

REV. EDWARD W. SHIELDS, S.J. 

Regent of the College of Pharmacy 





ANTONIO E. PAPALE 

Dean of the School of Law 




DR. MIGUEL BERNAL 

Dean of the College of Music 




JOHN F. McCLOSKEY 

Dean of the College of Pharmacy 



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M^i^istratioH 




Rev. John J. Fuss, S.J., Secretary of the 
University. 




Rev. Theodore A. Ray, SJ., Treasurer cf the 
University until his death in March. 




Public Relations Department, from left to right: Henry Asher, Florence 
Fischer, Rev. John Toomey, S.J., Director, Mary Lou Suhor and Ed- 
win P. Fricke. 



Rev. Aloysius Goodspeed, 
SJ., University Treasurer. 





Rev. Sam Hill Ray, S.J., 
University Chaplain. 



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Zhe 7acuUy 



REV. THOMAS A. ATHERTON, 

S.J., Asst, Pastor of Holy Name 
Church; REV. JOSEPH 8. BAS- 
SICH, S.J., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., 
Professor of Education and Phi- 
losophy, REV. FRANCIS A. BE- 
NEDETTO, 5.J., Ph.D., Associate 
Professor of Physics and Mathe- 
matics; REV. JOSEPH S. BOGUE, 
S.J., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor 
of Philosophy, Chairman of the 
Department. 



REV. MARTIN B. BURKE, S.J., 
Ph.D., S.T.D., Professor of Phi- 
losophy; REV. JOSEPH A. BUTT, 

S.J., A.M., D.D., Professor of 
Accounting, Regent of the School 
of Business Administration; Rev. 
PAUL L. CALLENS, S.J., A.M., 
Professor of Classical Languages, 
Chairman of the Departments of 
Classical and Modern Foreign Lan- 
guages; REV. THOMAS CAREY, 
S.J., Spiritual Father. 



REV. CHARLES C. CHAPMAN, S.J., 
Ph.D., Professor of History and 
Political Science, Chairman of the 
Department; REV. HAROLD L. 
COOPER, S.J., A.B, S.T.L., In- 
structor in Theology and Assist- 
ant Chaplain; REV. W. PATRICK 
DONNELLY, S.J., A.M., S.T.L , 
President; REV. EDWARD A. 
DOYLE, S.J., S.T.L., Ph.D., Asso- 
ciate Professor of Education, Vice- 
President, Dean of Faculties, Dean 
of the College of Arts and 
Sciences. 



REV. JOSEPH H. FICHTER, S.J., 
Ph.D., Associate Professor of So- 
ciology, Chairman of the De- 
p a r t m e n t ; REV. GEORGE A. 
FRANCIS, S.J., Ph.D. Professor 
of Chemistry, Chairman of the 
Department; REV. JOHN J. FUSS, 
S.J., A.M., Secretary; REV. ALOY- 
SIUS B. GOODSPEED, S.J, AB, 
A.M., Treasurer. 



REV. LOUIS J. HIEGLE, S,J 

J. CD., Assistant Professor o 
Theology and Canon Law; REV 
HOMER R. JOILEY, S.J., PhD 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
REV. GUY J. LEMIEUX, S.J., AM 
Associate Professor of Philosoph 
and Assistant Chaplain; REV 
THOMAS F. MAHER, S.J., B.A 
A.M., Associate Professor in Enc 
lish and Assistant Chaplain. 




Zke faculty 



;EV. KARL A. MARING, S.J., 
=h.D., S.T.D., Professor of Physics 
jnd Mathematics, Chairman of the 
5eparlment, Director of the Seis- 
Tiograph Station, Faculty Chair- 
nan of Athletics; REV. HENRY J. 
IflONTECINO, SJ., A.M., Assist- 
int Professor of Philosophy; REV. 
VIILIAM A. MULHERIN, S.J., 
\.M., Professor of Philosophy; 
lEV. JOHN H. MUllAHY, S.J., 
'h.D., Associate Professor of Bi- 
ilogy. 



REV. DANIEL O'CALIAHAN, S.J., 
Assistant Pastor of Holy Name 
Church; REV. EUGENE J. O'CON- 
NOR, S.J., Ph.D., Professor of 
English, Chairman of the Depart- 
ment; REV. ANTHONY C. 
O'FLYNN, S.J., A.M., S.T.L., Dean 
of Students; REV. V^IILIAM D. 
O'lEARY, S.J., A.M., M.D., S.T.L., 
Regent of the School of Dentistry, 
Professor of Ethics. 



REV. ALVIN J. PIIIE, S.J., B.A., 
S.T.L., Instructor in Theology; 
REV. CHARLES J. QUIRK, S.J., 
A.M., Professor in English; REV. 
SAMUEL H. RAY, S.J., A.M., 
S.T.D., Professor of Theology and 
University Chaplain; REV. THEO- 
DORE RAY, S.J., A.M., Treasurer. 



REV. EDWARD W. SHIELDS, S J, 

A.M., S.T.L., Associate Professor of 
Philosophy; REV. LOUIS G. SO- 
NIAT, S.J.. A.M., Professor of 
Theology, Chairman of the De- 
partment; REV. BERNARD A. TON- 
NAR, S.J., A.M., S.T.L., Instruc- 
tor of Mathematics, Assistant Dean 
of College of Arts and Sciences; 
REV. JOHN A. TOOMEY, S.J 
A.M., Associate Professor of Jour- 
nalism, Chairman of the Depart- 
rtient. Director of Public Relations. 



REV. LAWRENCE I. TOUPS, S.J., 
Assistant Pastor of Holy Name 
Church; REV. LOUIS J. TWO- 
MEY, S.J., A.M., S.T.L., Regent of 
the School of Law, Lecturer on 
Jurisprudence; REV. JAMES F. 
WHEIAN, S.J., Ph.D., Professor 
of Education, Chairman of the 
Department; REV. JACQUES E. 
YENNI, S.J., Ph.D., Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Economics. 





JOHN G. ARNOLD, JR., Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Chairman of the Departments of Bio logy and Medical Technology; HENRY W. ASHER, Assistant Director of Public Relations; 
ALTHEA M. BARLOW, B.S. In M.T., Instructor in Biology; JOAN E. BARRIOS, B. A., Dean of Women; IT. COLONEL LUTHER R. BARTH, MPC, Commandant and Professor of 
Military Science and Tactics; MIGUEL BERNAL, Doctorate in Music, Dean of the College of Music. 

GUY F. BERNARD, Mus.M., Professor of Piano and History of Music; HAROLD BLUM, Mus.M., Instructor in Bassoon; ALFRED J. BONOMO, A.M., LL.M., LL.D., Professor 
of Speech, Director of Radio Educational Program; PATRICIA A. BOONE, Secretary to the Dean of Pharmacy; LUCILLE M, BOSTICK, A.M., Associate Professor of Education; CHARLES 
LESTER BRADLEY, B.S. Phar., Instructor in Pharmacy. 



faculty 



Faculty members follow in the procession to the annual Mass of the Holy 
Ghost, celebrated to invoke God's blessing on the school year. 




JOAN K. BRINGAZE, B.S., M.S.; CYRIl BURCK, D.D.S., Instructor in Operative Dentistry; 
WILLIAM P. CARR, M.B.A., C.P.A., F.P.C.A., Professor of Accounting. 

JAMES T. CONNOR, A. M., J.D., Lecturer in Business Law; THOMAS P. COFFEY, A.M., 
Instructor in History; JOHN V. CONNOR, Ph.D., Dean of the College of Business 
Administration, Professor of Economics. 





DE VAN D., DAGGETT, JR., LL.B., A.M., Assistant Professor of Law; llOYD J. DEIAHORNE, 
Supply NCO, ROTC; LUCIEN C. DEIERY, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medical Technology; 
CARMEl V DISCON, A.B., A.M., Registrar; TIMOTHY I. DUGGAN, B.S., M.S., Associate 
Professor of Histology ancJ Physiology; FERDINAND DUNKIEY, F.A.G.O., F.R.C.O., Pro. 
fessor of Organ, Theory and Composition. 




Fr. Burke gives a philosophical slant to basketball. 



faculty 



ADRIAN C. DUPIANTIER, LL.B., Lecturer in Louisiana Practice; JAMES W. DYSON, A.M., B.S. in L.5., Associate Professor of Library Science; Chairman of the Department; ROBERT F. EASTMAN. 
D.D.S., F.A.C.D., Professor of Operative Dentistry; RUSSELL A. EBERHARDT, Sgt. Maj., ROTC; GERALD J. EBERLE. Ph.D., Professor of English; PAUL E. EMENES, B.M.E., Director of Campus 
Capers; HENRY J. ENGLER, JR., M.B.A., Associate Professor of Management; ALFRED F. FREY, D.D.S., Visiting Dental Surgeon, Loyola University Unit, Charity Hospital; BERTNEY G. FRICK, 
JR., [J.D.S., Assistant Visiting Dental Surgeon, Loyola University Unit, Charity Hospital: EDWIN P. FRICKE, Ph.B., Instructor in Journalism; Moderator of The Maroon; HELEN C 
HARPER, b!s.; ANDREE HELLER, B.M., Diplome de Professeur de Francais a I'Etranger, Assistant Professor of French and Spanish. 





MARK DANIEL HORNE, Ph.D.. Professor of English; FRANK J. HOUGHTON, D.D.S., F.A.C.D., Dean, School of Oentislry, Senior Visiting Dental Surgeon, Chief, Loyola University Unit, 
Charity Hospital; EDWARD J. IRELAND, A.B., B.S. in Phar., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology; GEORGE A. JANSEN, Instructor in Trumpet anci Base Ensemble, Directc 
of the LoycIa Band; FRANCIS J. KENNEDY, A.M.. Assoc-ale Professor of International Trade; JUNE C. KISSGEN, B.A., B.S., Instructor in Pharmacognosy. 

MAJ. ROBERT J. KRIWANEK, Ph.B., Assistant Pms&T; MAURICE lANDRIEU, LL.B , Instructor in Economics; CECILIA M. LASHLEY, Ph. 8., Alumni Secretary; DOLORES A. LEDGER 
Evening Division Secretary; MARJORIE E. lEDOUX, B.A., M.A., M.S., Reference Librarian; DON LEWIS, Instructor in Commercial Radio. 



faculty 



Dean AAiguel Bernal of the College of Music tries out the 
Hammond organ donated to the College by Werleins. 




JOHN J. McAULEY, A.B., LL.B., LL.M., Associate Professor of Law; JAMES J. McCAFFERTY, 

B.S., Instructor in Physical Education; JOHN F. McCLOSKEY, B.B.A., R.Ph., M.B.A., Dean 
of the College of Pharmacy, Professor of Pharmacy. 

HARRIEHE A. MARTIRE, A.M., Assistant Professor of Education; EDMOND L. MERILH, 
B.S., M.S., Professor of Bacteriology; JULtAN G. MICHEL, D.U.P., Assistant Professor of 
Modern Foreign Languages. 





HAROLD MILLER, A.M., Lecturer in Business Communications; WALTER G. MOORE, Ph.D., 
Professor of Biology; CHARLES E. MYLER, JR., B.B.A., M.B.A. 

SGT. ORVEL L. NELSON, Adm. Assistant, ROTC; L. E. O'fLAHERTY, A.M., Assistant Professor 
of Spanisfi; LAURIE E. OHLMEYER, Registrar. 




ancf Ophelia floatecf cJown the stream. 



faculty 



:HARLES J O'SHELL, D.D.S., instructor in Operative Dentistry; RALPH H. OAKES, MB. A., Professor of Marketing; JOHN C. ORSLEY, A.M., Associate Professor of Physical Education, Directoi 
if intramural Program; ANTONIO E. PAPALE, A.B., ILB., Dean and Professor of Law; DONALD L. PETERSON, D.D.S., Senior Visiting Dental Surgeon, Loyola University Unit, Charity 
hospital; HAROLD W. PETERSON, D.D.S., M.S.D., Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry, Senior Visitiing Dental Surgeon, Loyola University Unit, Charity Hospital. 

lOHN R. PINION, D.D.S. , Assistant Professor of Operative Dentistry; JAMES H. QUINN, D.D.S., Visiting Dental Surgeon, Loyola University Unit, Charity Hospital; KENNETH N. RAYER, 
A.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy; GEORGE F. REINECKE, A.M., Instructor in English; SGT. WILLIAM J. REUSS, Supply & Weapon; ELLA DE LOS REYES, Mus.M., Professor of Violin, 
rheory, and Chamber Music. 





JANET RIIEY, A.B., B.S. in L.S., LL.B., Law Librarian and Instructor in Law; VIRGINIA A. RYAN, B.S., Registrar BBA; JOHN D. SCHNEIDAU, JR., M.S., Assistant Professor of Biology; 
PATRICIA J. 5HEXNAYDER, Secretary to Dean of Students; JOHN H. SHINKAI, B.S. Phar., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry; MARY H. SIDES, Secretary to the 
Department of Biology and Medical Technology. 

DAVID SMYTHE, B.S., Instructor in History; ISABEL SNYDER, A.M., Associate Professor of Spanish; EDWARD M. SOCOLA, A.M., Instructor in English; LAWRENCE J. STROHMEYER, M.S., 
Associate Professor of Physics and Mathematics; MARY LOUISE SUHOR, B.S., Lecturer in Journalism; SIDNEY L. TIBLIER, A.B., M.S., D.D.S., F.A.C.D., Professor of Pathology, Senior 
Visiting Dental Surgeon, Loyola University Unit, Charity Hospital. 



7acuUy 



Fr. Passich, Regent of College of Music, inspects portraits of famous 
composers. 




LEWIS J. TODD. A.B., A.M., Associate Professor of Mathematics; IVOR A. TRAPOLIN, 

B.S,, Lecturer in Marketing; CAPT. JAMES D. TYNAN, A.B., Assistant Professor of 

Military Science. 

SGT. MARTIN TYNDALE, Assistant Instructor of MS&T; WILLIAM W. WATKINS, JR., 

D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Medicine; RAYMOND P. WITTE, Ph.D., Associate Professor of 

History, Director of the Evening Division; SARAH E. WITTE, Secretary of the Evening 

Division. 




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Seniors 




ELIZABETH H. AINSWORTH 

Ph.B. 



JACK I. AIUVALASIT 

B.B.A. 



WIECZOREK ALEXANDER 

L.L.B. 



ANDREW A. ARATA 

B.S. in Bl. 



GARLAND P. AYCOCK, JR. 

B.S., D.D.S. 



MARY M. BANNON 

B.S. in El. Ed. 



CONSTANTINO BARLETTA 

B.S. in Py. 



DON W. 8ARNETT 

A.B. in Jr. 



RALPH L. BARNEU 

Ph.B. in Jr. 



JOSEPH A. BARRECA 

B.C.S., L.l.B, 



MARY A. BARTHOLOMEW 

B.S. in El. Ed. 



CHARLES H. BECK 

B.A., D.D.S. 



Seniors 



Seniors in procession to invoke the Holy Spirit. 




JOHN E. BECNEL 

B.S. in Ped. 



MORRIS BECNEL 

B.S., l.L.B. 



HAROLD L. BEEBE 

B.S., D.D.S. 



MADELINE S. BENNETT 

B.S. in El. Ed. 



JOHN R. BERNEY 

B.A., D.D.S. 



JOSEPH E. BERRIGAN, JR. 

L.L.B. 




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JOSEPH R. BERRIGAN 

A.B. 



JOHN A. BESSOIO 

B.B.A. 



JAMES R. BLANCHARD 

B.S. in Py. 



GEORGE H. BIANKENSHIP 

B.S. in Py. 



JOHN T. BLOUNT 

B.B.A. 



lONE J. BORDES 

B.S. in M.T. 




Seniors hear the Mass of the Holy Ghost. 



Seniors 



CLAUDE BOUDREAUX, JR. 

B.M.E. 



DWIN C. BOUDREAUX, JR. 

B.B.A. 



JAMES I. BOUDREAUX 

B.S. in 81. 



MAC M. BOUTWEIL 

D.D.S. 



GERTRUDE J. BRADEN 

B.M.E. 



ANGELA T. BRADY 

B.S. in Sec. Ed. 



PATRICK D. BREEDEN 

B.B.A. 



BEN D. BRIDGEMAN 

B.B.A. 



MARY J. BRODRICK 

B.S. in El. Ed. 



VINCENT P. BRUNO 

B.S., D.D.S. 



JAMES M. BUATT, JR. 

B.5., D.D.S. 



HENRY J. BURCH 
B.B.A. 




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ROBERT BURKE 

B.S., D.D.S. 



PATRICK J. BUTIER 

B.B.A. 



JOANNE M. CACIOPPO 

B.S. in M.T. 



PASCAL F. CAIOGERO, JR. 

L.L.B. 



CHRISTIAN T. LABDEVILIE 

B.C.S. 



ALLAN N. CARR 

D.D<;. 



PRENTISS CARTER 

B.B.A. 



JAMES L. CASSIDY 

D.D.S. 



SALVADOR J. CEFALU 

B.A. in Hs. 



SAMUEL J. CEFALU 

B.5., D.D.S. 



ROBERT W. CHANEY 

B.B.A. 



RALPH CHAUVIN 

B.B.A. 



Seniors 



A.P.O.'s lead the procession. 




FRANK J. CHERRY 

B.S. in Bl. 



CHARLES E. CLARK 

B.S. in Bl. 



MIllARD W. CLARK 

B.B.A. 



ROSANEIIA COCI 

B.S. in El. Ed. 



JACOB J. COHEN 

B.S. in Ped. 



FRANCES E. COLEMAN 

B.S. in M.T. 




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kNNA R. COPPONEX 

B.M.E. 



kRENCE R. CORLEY, JR. 
D.D.S. 



BESSIE M. CORSO 

B.AA. 



RONALD P. COURTNEY 

B.B.A. 



TED F. CRAFT 

B.S. in Sec. Ed. 



JOSEPH S. CRONAN 

B.S. in Py. 




Seniors 



Fr. Shea, O.P-, speaks at the Holy Ghost Mass. 



ROY J. DAIGLE 

D.D.S. 


ALBERT M. DANIEL 

B.B.A. 


WILLIAM R. DAWES 

B.S. in Bl. 


RICHARD P. DEE 

Cert, in Law 


ALAIN DE LA VILLESBRET 

B.A. 


WILLIAM J. DICKS 

D.D.S. 


SAMUEl S. DAITON 

L.L.B. 


JOAN A. DANNER 

B.B.A. 


ERVIN J. OE CUIR 

B.S. in Py. 


GASTON A. DE LA BRETONNE 

B.S. in Py. 


BETTY E. DEIERNO 

B.S. in M.T. 


JAKE J. Dl MAGGIO 

B.B.A. 




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MICHAEL E. DONION 

B.B.A. 



JAMES T. DOODY 

B.B.A. 



WILLIAM J. DRA60 

B.S. in Py. 



PEGGY R. DUCET 

B.S. in Sec. Ed. 



LEO M. DUFFY 

Ph.B. in Jr. 



GEORGE I. OUGAL 

D.D.S. 



MADELEINE E. DUVIC 

B.S. in El. Ed. 



ODESSA F. ELSTON 

B.S. in El. Ed. 



Seniors 



JOHN W. ENDERS 

B.M.E. 



CARREL M. EPLING 

B.S. in El. Ed. 



GAYLE A. ERNST 

B.S. in El. Ed. 



GERARD L. EUGENE 

B.S. in Py. 



RAYMOND J. FAGOT 


SR. MARY MAURICE FLYNN, C.S.J. 


SALVATORE J. GAGLIO 


MARCEL J. GARSAUD, JR. 


FELIX A. GAUDIN 


KENNETH J. GELPI 


B.S. in Py. 


B.S. in Py. 


B.S. in Py. 


B.B.A. 


B.S. in Bl. 


B.B.A. 


CLAIRE P. FAVROT 


WILFRED J. FONTENOT 


JOSE R. GARCIA 


DONALD J. GARVEY 


DONALD 1. GEIER 


LOUIS P. GILBERTI 


Ph.B. in Jr. 


D.D.S. 


B.S. in Py. 


B.B.A. 


B.S. in Ph. 


B.S. in Bl. 





DIANA M. GISCLAIR 

B.S. in M.T. 



kRENCE P. GONZALES, JR. 

B.B.A. 



RUSSELL A. GRANDICH 

D.D.S. 



RONALD F. GREGORY 

B.B.A. 




SIDNEY L. GRIGGS 

B.S. in Py. 



ELMER P. GRUNDMEYER 

B.S., D.D.S. 



Some like it; others don't. 



Seniors 



MARIA A. GUBERT 

B.S. in M.T. 



3SEPH F. GUENTHER 

B.S. in Ch. 



RUSSELL B. GUERIN 

B.S. in Ed. 



RUTLAND A. GUERIN 

B.B.A. 



DORIS O. HAINDEL 

B.S. in Py. 



PHILIP S. HAILONOUIST 

D.D.S. 



PAUL E. MAMMONS 

B.S., M.S., D.D.S, 



ELIZABETH A. HANFORD 
B.B.A. 



ERNEST C. HANSEN 

B.S. in Bl. 



H. GORDON HARTMAN 

L.L.B. 



WILLIAM R. HARVEY 

D.D.S. 



ROBERT A. HESSE 

B.S., D.D.S. 




41 




JOHN W. HITE 


LEWIS H. HORTON, JR. 


BILLIE D. HOVER 


CAROL A. HURLEY 


WILLIAM A. JARRELL, JR. 


GIBBONS J. JEANSONNE 


B.S. in Py. 


D.D.S. 


B.S. in Sec. Ed. 


B.S. in El. Ed. 


D.D.S. 


B.S. in Py. 


H. G. HOISTEAD 


LARRY J. HOUSEY, JR. 


ROBERT H. HULL 


GARY G. HYMEl 


CHARLES H. JEANFREAU 


ARTHUR J. KAISER 


B.S., D.D.S. 


B.S. in Ph. 


Ph.B., D.D.S. 


B.S. in Jr. 


B.B.A. 


A.B. in Jr. 



Seniors 



RICHARD A. KANUCH 

B.S. in Ph. 



ALBERT M. KARRE 

A.B., L.L.B. 



ARTHUR J. KEENAN, JR. 

B.B.A. 



ERNEST H. KRATZBERG, JR. 

Ph.B. 



GAIL T. KREHER 

L.L.B. 



JAMES H. KUSSMAUL 

B.C.S. 



HAROLD KYTLE 

8.8. A., L.L.B. 



JOYCE E. LA BORDE 

B.S. in El. Ed. 



RAYMOND G. LAMY 

B.B.A. 



AUGUST J. LA NASA 

B.B.A. 



MAURICE E. lANDRIEU 

B.B.A., L.L.B. 



DONALD J. LANDRY 

D.D.S. 




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JOY M. LANDRY 

8.S. in Jr. 



ROBERT J. LANDRY 

B.S. in Bl. 



EDWARD P. LAPORTE, JR. 

Ph. B. in Jr. 



THOMAS C. lAUGHlIN 

B.S. in Sec.Ed. 



JOSEPH J. LAURA, JR. 

B.A., L.L.B. 



LOUIS J. lAVEDAN 

B.S. in Ph. 




Derby Day — An old tradition 
revived on the campus. 



Seniors 



LAWTON I. lAZENBY 

B.B.A. 



GEORGE I. IE BEUF 

B.M.E. 



VINCENT LEGGIO 

D.D.S. 



MARGARET A. lEONHARD 

B.S. in El, Ed. 



HARRY F LEVEQUE, JR. 

D.D.S. 



MALCOLM LINDSAY 

B.S. in Py. 



THOMAS L LORIO 

B.S. in Ph. 



GILBERT C. LUNA, JR. 

D.D.S. 



THOMAS J. LYNCH 

B.S. in Py. 



PATRICIA V. MC CARTHY 

B.A. in En. 



HARRY S. MC DONALD 

B.S. in Bl. 



BERNARD MC GINTY 
B.B.A. 




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WINTHROP D. MC GRAW 

B.S., D.DS. 



GLYNIS G. MC ELVEEN 

B.S. in Py. 



MILDRED W. MAKOFSKY 

B,S. in El. Ed. 



WILLIAM F. MALLETTE 

B.S. in Bl. 



ROGER E. MANFRE 

B.B.A. 



ARTHUR MAUTERER 

B.S. 



LAWRENCE R. MAYRONNE 

B.B.A. 



JUSTELL T. MELANCON 

B.S., D.D.S. 



JAMES J. MENARD 

B.S. in Ph. 



HOWARD P. MENDELSON 

B.B.A. 



HARRY T. MERWIN 

B.S. in Sec.Ed. 



HENRY F. ME5TAYER 

L.L.B. 



MARCEL J. MEUNIER, JR. 

L.L.B. 



ROY A. MEUNIER 
B.B.A. 



GERARD J. MIALARET 

B.A. in En. 



CHARLES A. MOLBERT 

D.D.S. 



Seniors 



EVANGELINE T. MOLERO 

B.S. in El. Ed. 



MARCELLE A. MONIE 

B.B.A. 



ELIZABETH A. MOORE 

B.B.A. 



JUNE M. MORDICA 

B.B.A. 



VICTOR O. MORELL 

D.D.S. 



OLA E. MORGAN 

B.S. in Py. 



JOSEPH M. MOUTON 

B.S. in Py. 



CHARLES W. MURRET 

D.D.S. 




44 




EUGENE J. MURRET 

A.B. in SI. 



HENRY V. NEYREY 
B.B.A. 



WALLACE M. NICAUO, JR. 

D.D.S. 



JOHN A. NIEl 

D.D.S. 



THOMAS M. O'FIANAGAN 

B.A., D.D.S. 



MOTT F. PALMER 

B.V.E. 




Seniors receive Holy Communion ar the Mass of The Holy Ghost. 



Seniors 



MARIA 0. PATRON 


PHILIP A. PAYNE, JR. 


MARIE M. PERE 


ROGER P. PHILLIPS 


ARNAUO M. PILIE 


ELIZABETH A. PRADOS 


B.S. in M.T. 


D.D.S. 


B.S. in M.T. 


B.S. in Py. 


B.B.A. 


B.S. m El. Ed. 


AXEL E. PAULSON 


JAMES R. PELTIER 


MICKEY A. M. PHELAN 


VAN A. PHILLIPS 


PHYLLIS A. PITTMAN 


JOHN F. PRIEUR 


L.L.B. 


B.S., D.D.S. 


B.B.A, 


B.A., D.D.S. 


B.S, in M.T. 


B.B.A. 




45 




THURMAN C. PULIEN, 

B.S., D.D.S. 


JR. 


CHARLES P. RABORN 

B.S. in Py. 


CLARENCE RARESHIDE 

B.A. 


CARL RATZBURG 

B.S., D.D.S. 


WARREN REEKS 

Ph.B. 


CLAUDE B. RICHE 

B.S. in Py. 


JAMES F. QUAID 

B.B.A. 




OSWALDO V. RAMIREZ 

B.A., l.L.B. 


VICTOR M. RATHER, JR. 

B.S., D.D.S. 


BETH A. BEBAUDO 

B.S. in El. Ed. 


GUS REYNOIR 

Ph.B. 


CARl I. RUFFALO 

B.S. in Py. 



Seniors 



PAUL P. RUTIEDGE 

B.B.A. 



WILLIAM A. ST. JOHN 
B.S. 



CLYDE D. ST. ROMAIN 

B.S. in Sec.Ed. 



JOHN SAIVAGGIO 

B.S. in 61. 



ROBERTO SANCHEZ-WOODWORTH 

B.S., D.D.S. 



MILAGROS SANTIAGO 

B.S. in M.T. 



ERLLEEN M. SCHUBERT 

B.S. in El. Ed. 



WILLIAM J. SCHULTIS 

B.S. in Ph. 



ROY L. SCHUTZMANN 

B.S. in Ph. 



DONALD J. SEGHERS 

B.B.A. 



STEPHEN M. SELBY 

D.D.S. 



MARILYN J. SHAMBRA 

B.B.A. 




46 




FRED H. SHIEl, JR. 

B.S. In Py. 



ROBERT J. SUVA, JR. 

l.L.B. 



MARIE 0. SILVESTRI 

B.S. in Py. 



EARL W. SIMONEAUX 

Ph.B,, L.L.B. 



CHESTER I. SIMON 

B.B.A. 



JOSEPH M. SINGERMAN 

B.S. in Py. 




Hartman and Mestayer will be sadly missed. By whom? The library 
steps of course. 



Seniors 



EDWARD K. SKINNER 


MARIE A. SMITH 


JAMES B. STAFfORD 


EWELl L. STEVENS 


GERALD A. STEWART 


ELIZABETH A. TALBOT 


B.S. In Py. 


B.S. In El. Ed. 


B.A., D.D.S. 


D.D.S. 


B.S., L.L.B. 


B.S. in Sec. Ed. 


ERNIE H. SMITH 


RICHARD J. SMITH 


PATRICIA A. STEPHENS 


HUEY M. STEVENS 


KENNETH I. STUIA 


ROBERT H. TAYLOR 


B.S. In Ped. 


B.A. 


B.S. in M.T. 


D.D.S. 


B.S. in Py. 


B.S. in Sec.Ed. 




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LAURENCE D. VINET 

B.A. in En. 



LOUIS J. VOLZ 

B.S. in Py. 



MARTIAL E. WALDO 

B.B.A. 



THOMAS J. WAILBILLICH, JR. 

B.B.A. 



CHARLES E. WELSH 

B.S. in Sec. Ed. 



HAROLD M. WESTHOLZ 

B.S. in Jr. 



MARY J. WILLIAMS 

B.S. in M.T. 



RICHARD D. WILLIAMS IV 

B.S., L.L.B. 



RUPERT P. WILLIAMS 

D.D.S. 



JOSEPH H. WIRTH 

Ph.B. 



MAGGI I. WITTE 

B.S. in M.T. 



JANET A. WOOTEN 

B.S. in M.T. 



ANNE E. TETLOW 

B.S. in M.T. 



JOAN C. TILLOTSON 

B.S. in EI.Ed. 



WILLIAM F. TOLER 

B.S., D.D.S. 



GLORIA H. TREILES 

B.S. in M.T. 



Seniors 



JANE A. TREPAGNIER 

B.S. in EI.Ed. 



CATHERINE TUMINEILO 

B.S. in EI.Ed. 



DWIGHT L. TYNES 

D.D.S. 



WILLA M. ULLO 

B.S. in Py. 



EDWARD UZEE 

B.S. in Bl. 



R. JAMES VACCAREllA 

B.S. in Bl. 



MARIO G. VELASQUEZ 

B.B.A. 



IRVINE J. VIDACOVICH, J 

Ph R In Jr. 




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HUBERT D. ABADIE 


AMELIA E. ABBENANTE 


CHARLES J. ABDO, JR 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Junior 


JUDY M. ABADIE 


RAMON F. ABDALLAH 


LORRAINE R. ACHEE 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Freshman 



Biology labs hold interest for everyone: Morell, the slides, Vaccarella, the cartiera, 
and Mallette 



College of ^Arls 



MARY E. AITKEN 


LOUIS P. ANDREWS 


CURTIS E. APPLEGATE 


JEAN A. ARNOULT 


DARLENE A. ARTELL 


THOMAS J. BANNON 


HAROLD S. BARKER 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Junior 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


OEY A. ALMERICO 


WADE J. ANDERSEN 


TENA D. ARCANA 


MARILYN H. ARNOULT 


JEAN A. ASWAD 


DONALD L. BARADELL 


JUNE F. BARROSSE 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Junior 


Freshman 


Junior 


Sophomore 



ARGIE M. ALVAREZ 

Junior 



PAUL ANTINORI 

Sophomore 



JOAN M. ARNOLD 

Freshman 



MARY H. ARROYO 

Freshman 




BEATRICE B. BADGER 

Freshman 






MARILYN G. BARBERA 

Freshman 



WALTER L. BATIANSIL/ 

Sophomore 






CATHERINE BENIGNO 

Freshman 



ANN C. BENNETT 

Freshman 



CLYDE J. BERGERON JAMES E. BERRIGAN NOIAREEN A. BINET MICHAEL J. BONAVENTURE JOEL L. BORRELLO 

Junior Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Freshman 



HENRY BERNARD 

Freshman 



GORDON J. BOUDREAUX 

Freshman 



ROBERT P. BLEREAU 

Freshman 



WILLIAM T. BLESSEY 

Sophomore 



JAMES P. BORDELON EDWARD A. BOUDREAUX 

Freshman Sophomore 



LEE J. BOUDREAUX 

Sophomore 



a^d Sciences 



CARL H. BRANS 

Freshman 



HORACE L. BRIGNAC 

Freshman 



ANTHONY P. BROCATO 

Junior 



BARBARA A. BROUSSARD 

Freshman 



LOIS T. BURG 

Freshman 



ROLAND A. CAIRE 

Sophomore 



LOUIS D. BRITSCH 

Freshman 



MARY A. BROUSSEAU 

Junior 



WILLIAM F. CALKINS 

Junior 



Students turn out to welcome the Pack after a successful road trip. 




51 C' 





How many of Pfister's jokes can even AAelvin stand? 




ERNESTO CALVO 


CARLO L. CAROLLO 


ROSE MARY A. CARROLL 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


BEVERLY R. CAMBRE 


GERALD P. CARROLL 


LOUIS E. CASEBONNE 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 



College of A^ts 



ELSIE MAE CASTRO 

Freshman 



JEAN MAY CHASSAIGNAC 

Freshman 



GERALD P CHOPPIN ROBERT J. ClARK 

Sophomore Sophomore 



JACK CIOLINO 

Junior 



MARGY M. COLLINS 

Freshman 



CHARLES J. COMEAUX 

Junior 



WARREN J. COMEAUX 

Freshman 



ROBERT J. CONRAD 

Junior 



DANIEL O. CONWILL 

Sophomore 



IRIS M. COSTE 

Freshman 



JOHN P. COTTINGHAM 

Freshman 



BEVERLY L. CRAIG 

Junior 



DONALD J. CRAVEN 

Freshman 



HAROLD G. CHAUVIN, JR. MAURICE E. CLARK RICHARD L. COLSON LAURA BELLE COMISKEY CAROLYN K. COPPAGE BERNARD A. COX GWENDOLYN A. CRESSY 

Junior Freshman Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman Junior 






i 






FRANCES DALY 

Freshman 



MARION DAUPHIN 

Junior 





SYLVIA DAVID 

Freshman 



SIDNEY DAVIS 

Freshman 





JAMES DAWES 

Freshman 



JANE DEAS 

Junior 



HILLERY DE BEN 

Freshman 



GLORIA DE BRAM 

Freshman 



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ANTHONY DE HARO 

Freshman 


ANTHONY Dl MAGGIO III 

Sophomore 


DARRELL DONALDSON 

Freshman 



VILMA DELGADILIO 

Junior 



DONNELL DODD 

Freshman 



KATHLEEN DOWLING 

Freshman 



and Sciences 



RAYMOND DUGAS 

Sophomore 



HARSTRY DUPUY 

Freshman 



ABELE DU TREIL 

Freshman 



MARIE DUVIC 

Freshman 



ADOLPH ERNST, JR. 

Junior 




CHARLENE EASTERWOOD MARY ESTRADA 

Freshman Sophomore 



JOHN EPLING 

Freshman 



^-ef 





EVELYN EVANS 

Junior 







Moral aspects of race relations are discussed in the N.F.C.C.5. interracial day. 



53 






Thespians surpassing performance of "Shane.' 



JOSEPH EXNICIOS 

Sophomore 



PATRICK FARLEY 

Sophomore 



NOREEN FAULDS 

Freshman 



MICHAEL FEDERICO 

Freshman 



PATSY FELSHER 

Sophomore 



TERRENCE FENNER 

Sophomore 



College of ^Arls 



ANTHONY FERNANDEZ 


MARIE FERRIER 


JOSEPHINE FINNEY 


ROSA FLORO 


DONALD FONTENOT 


CHARLES FUSS, JR. 


LOUIS GAUDIN 


Junior 


Junior 


Junior 


Junior 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


JOHN FERNANDEZ 


JACQUELINE FERRO 


ED FITZMAURICE 


JACK FOLEY 


ROBERT FORDE 


CORINNE GATELY 


JOAN GAULENE 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Junior 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Freshman 


EDOUARD FERRIER 


BETTY FERTITTA 


LAWRENCE FITZMORRIS 


GAYLE FONTANA 


GEORGE FRILOT 


DOROTHY GATELY 


JOHN GELPI 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Sophomore 





DOMINIC GEMELLI 

Freshman 



PAUL 6IBERT 

Sophomore 



CLYDE GIORDANO 

Sophomore 

JERELYN GLAS 

Freshman 



OTTO GOESSL 

Sophomore 



EVELINE GOLDEN 

Sophomore 



WALTER GONTHIER 

Freshman 



JOAN GRAV0I5 

Sophomore 



CARL GUDERIAN 

Junior 



MARIE GUERIN 

Freshman 



LEON GUIDRY, JR. 

Freshman 



EDDA HAAS 

Freshman 



JAMES HAGEN 

Sophomore 



MARIE HANEMANN 

Sophomore 



a^d Sciences 



MARY HANFORD 

Freshman 



MARY HANEY 

Freshman 



F. HANLEY 

Sophomore 



JACQUELINE HATREL 

Freshman 



PAUL HATREL 

Sophomore 



ELIZABETH HAVENS 

Freshman 



CARLTON HAUGEN 

Sophomore 



HENRY HAUTOT 

Freshman 



JOY HAYDEL 

Freshman 



Studying Spanish can be fun. 




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55 





They also serve who only stand and wait, at AAoisant Airfield, that is. 




li 




MARY HEALY 

Freshman 



FRANCES E. HEBERT 

Sophomore 



&//effe of \Arts 






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MARIANNE HEBERT 

Freshman 

FRANCES E. HECKER 

Sophomore 



CAROL M. HEDGES 

Junior 



ELIZABETH M. HENDERSON 

Freshman 



GEORGE R. HOAG 


ALBERT J. HUDDLESTON 


LOIS C. ISERT 


MILTON P. JENSEN 


GERARD R. KARL 


JACKIE M. KENNEY 


RUSSELL C. KLEIN 


Freshman 


Junior 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


Junior 


Sophomore 


DOROTHY R. HOSLI 


ADELAIDE DE V. HULL 


JAMES D. HAYDEN 


WILL T. JOURDAN 


JACKIE L. KEIFFER 


MILDRED E. KER5H 


SYLVIA KLEIN 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


ELEONORE M. HOUSEY 


SALOMON IBARRA 


BARBARA C. JAS 


DAVID W. JUNG 


GERALD C. KELLER 


LYNN D. KETCHUM 


KAYLIE E. KOCHANSKY 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Junior 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Freshman 







WALTER E. KOLLIN 

Junior 



EDMUND C. KRAMER 

Freshman 



MARY i. KRIEL 

Freshman 



JOHN W. KRONLAGE 

Freshman 



ROBERT T. LAFARGUE 

Sophomore 



EVELYN S. LAGATTUTA 

Sophomore 



ROY A. LAMBERT 

Freshman 



PATRICIA A. LANUS5E 

Sophomore 



LYDIA A. LAROSE 

Freshman 



MARIA O. LARRAIN 

Freshman 



WILLIAM C. LA SALLE 

Sophomore 



EARL C. LE BLANC 

Freshman 



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LURLINE M. LEFTWICH 

Freshman 



RONALD C. LEVY 

Junior 



aftd Sciefices 



ELAINE M. LINDSEY 


TESSIE E. LOPEZ 


JOHN F. LORIO 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


JAMES M. LINN 


HARRY W. LORE 


JACK F. LOUPE 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Junior 


JOHN B. LOEB 


ERNEST }. LORCH 


BETTY A. LUCAS 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Junior 




Prof. Baker, professor emeritus of German, relaxes with his record collection. 



57 




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Maroon brains just loaf at the Friday night Cafe dances. 




FRANCES A. MC CLELAND 

Sophomore 



ALLEN W. MC CLURE, JR. 

Freshman 



HARRY MC DONALD 

Senior 



JOHN A. MC GEE 

Freshman 



MAUREEN M. MC GINN 

Freshman 



PATRICIA A. MC GRAW 

Freshman 



(^0//effe of Mts 



FRANK E. MC KNIGHT, JR. 

Sophomore 



OPAL B. MAHLER 

Freshman 



WILLIAM F. MALLETTE 

Senior 



LLEWELLYN M. MARKS IRVING R. MARTINEZ, JR. WILLIAM C. MEREDITH 

Freshman Freshman Freshman 



WAYNE J. MC WHORTER SALVADORE M. MALONE CAYET J. MANGIARACINA MARY 6. MARQUER WILLIAM C. MAYS 

Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman 



MIMI MACHIN 

Freshman 



JOHN A. MALONEY 

Sophomore 



ALVARO J. MARIN 

Sophomore 



EDWARD E. MARTINEZ 

Freshman 



MARIE R. MEHRTENS 

Freshman 



GEORGE METTLER 

Sophomore 



HARRY C. MEYER 

Freshman 








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JOAN M. MEYER 

Freshman 



JOHN F. MEYER 

Freshman 



CAROL J. MICHEL 

Freshman 









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MIDA L. MICHELL 

Freshman 



BEVERLY J. MILLER 

Junior 



ERNEST J. MITTEL&RONN MARGUERITE A. MODICA 

Junior Junior 



JOSE I MONGALO CEDRIC M. MONJU, JR. ROSEMARY M. MONJURE 

Freshman Freshman Freshman 



TEPHANIE A. MIHOJEVICH FRANCIS I. MIRANDA, JR. 

Freshman Junior 



JALNA A. MOAK 

Sophomore 



MYRA D. MONAHAN MARTHA M MONGEAU CARMEN A. MONJURE ANTHONY D. MONTALBANO 

Freshman Junior Sophomore Freshman 



affd Sciences 



DOLORES A. MONTI 

Junior 



MARGARET A. MONVOISIN 

Freshman 



SAMUEL D. MOREAU 

Freshman 



RAFAEL O. MORELL 

Junior 



CASSARD L. MORET 

Sophomore 



MARY V. MUMME 

Sophomore 



ALVIN L. MURPHY 

Sophomore 



WILLIAM K. NEWTON, JR. 

Freshman 



JOHN W. NICOSIA 

Junior 



SYLVIA A. NUNEZ 

Junior 



EDMUND T. O'BRIEN 

Sophomore 



JOYCE C. ODDO 

Freshman 



KENNETH J. OFFAN 

Junior 



CAROL R. OLIVIER 

Freshman 



SHIRLEY M. OTILLIO 

Freshman 



JOHN A. OUSTALET, JR. 

Freshman 



JOHN B. OVERMEYER 

Freshman 



JOHN E. PAISANT 

Junior 



BARBARA A. PALM 

Sophomore 



WILLIAM E. PALMER 

Junior 



GENE S. PALMISANO 

Junior 






NOEL J. PENEDO 

Sophomore 



DONALD J. PERRERE 

Sophomore 



JOSEPH F. PERRET 

Freshman 



JOAN M. PERRIER 

Freshman 



CAROL M. PFiSTER 

Junior 

THEODORE J. PFISTER, JR. 

Junior 



Mrs, Witte discusses the Evening Division's program w/ith a prospective student. 



College of ^Arts 



JOSEPH L. PIAZZA, JR. 


RAYMOND P. PINNER 


JAMES B. POTIN 


RODOLFO C. QUIJANO 


ARTHUR P. RAYMOND 


CLARE RESTIVO 


MARGUERITE M. RODGEftS 


Junior 


Sophomore 


Junior 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Junior 


Freshman 


DONALD M. PIERCE 


CARLOS D. PIPER 


SYLVIA PROBST 


ROBERT J. RADELAT 


JEROME J. REDMANN 


LEARAYE TERESA RICHARD 


DENNIS L. ROUSSEAU 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Junior 



HAROLD M. PILCHER 

Freshman 



PATRICIA A. POCHE 

Junior 



CYRIL K. PRUDHOMME HENRYETTA B. RARESHIDE 

Freshman Sophomore 



ROBERT A. RESO 

Sophomore 



BARBARA L. RIEHL 

Sophomore 




MARLENE L. RUCKERT 

Freshman 











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SANTO i. RUSSO 


MITCHELL J. SACCO, JR. 


CAROLYN T. SALVATORE 


GEORGE R. SATTERLEE 


JOYCELYN A. SCHEUERING 


SUZANNE SCHIRO 


RONALD E. SCHMIDT 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Junior 


Junior 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Junior 


GERALD F. ST. ROMAIN 


JOHN A. SALVAGGIO 


BARBARA J. SANCHEZ 


PATRICIA E. SCHAYOT 


GASPER J. SCHIRO 


HENRY L. SCHLOEGEL 


RAYMOND F. SCHMITT 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Sophomore 



af/d Sciences 



SIDNEY E. SCHMITT 


JOHN T. SCOPES, JR. 


OLGA N. SEIFERTH 


GERALD A. SHERLOCK 


EDWARD F. SIMON 


WILLIAM J. SMITH 


MADELINE A. STEGER 


Freshman 


Junior 


Freshman 


Junior 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Junior 


MATTHEW J. SCHOTT 


MARIO J. SCRAMUZZA 


BETTY J. 5ENNER 


CHARLES R. 5ICARD 


ANN E. SMITH 


RICHARD A. SPANJER 


JOEL E. STEPHENS 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Junior 



JOSEPH A. SCHUBERT 

Freshman 



CRYSTAL D. SEEBER 

Junior 



ROSEMARY 5HEPARD 

Freshman 



GAIL M. SIERRA 

Sophomore 



JUNE A. SMITH 

Freshman 



JAMES J. STACK 

Junior 



JOHN D. STEVENS 

Sophomore 









Freshman President, Jerome Redmann, shows visiting High School seniors copies of The 
Maroon and Wolf. 




JOHN 5T0EBNER 


DONALD E. STRAIN 


JANE F. SUHOR 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Junior 


SHIRLEY A. STOMA 


CHARLES A. SUHOR 


JOAN G. SULLIVAN 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


Junior 



College of Jrts 



CHARLES E. TAGGART, JR. 


JOAN M. TERESI 


THOMAS J. TORANTO 


ALBERT J. TREPAGNIER 


WHEELER M. TUNSTALL 


ROLAND D. TURNER 


KENNETH T. URQUHAF 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Junior 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


ELIZABETH L. TALIANCICH 


HENRY M. TODT 


ANN E. TOURNIER 


RICHARD E. TREUTING 


EDWARD J. TUOHY 


STAFFORD T. ULLRICH 


DUANE VILLERE 


Freshman 


Junior 


Sophomore 


Junior 


Junior 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


FRANK I. TAULLI 


CAROLE A. TOMATIS 


ROBERT K. TRACY 


SHIRLEY R. TRUSTY 


EMILE L. TURNER 


THOMAS UNION 


SAM S. VINCI 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Junior 





HENRY G. VOEKEL 

Freshman 



MARY F. WAGNON 

Freshman 




GEORGE J. WAGUESPACK 

Sophomore 

THOMAS P. WALSHE 

Sophomore 



MAURINE M. WARNER 

Freshman 

PATSY A. WARREN 

Freshman 




DOROTHY WATKINS 

Junior 

MARY JANE WATKINS 

Freshman 



SONIA WEINBERGER 

Freshman 



JOY WELIS 

Junior 



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lUCILlE WEYMAN 

Junior 

lOUIS WHITE 

Freshman 



a^d Sciences 



KARCHER WILD 

Sophomore 


JOHN YOUNG 

Sophomore 


MARILYN ZENGEL 

Freshman 


TERESITA WILIIAMS 

Sophomore 


NORMAN ZAFFATER 

Sophomore 


PATRICIA ZIBILICH 

Sophomore 


CARROLL WOOD 

Sophomore 


I5MA ZELENKA 

Junior 


CLARENCE ZIMMERMANN 

Junior 




High School students visit Loyola for Second Annual Journalism Day^ 



63 






EILA T. AUCOIN 

Mercy 



VIRGIE L. BAKER 

Hotel Dieu 



Student nurses take time off from studies. 



Student 



BARBARA BARBAY 

Hotel Dieu 



DIANE W. BARRAS 

Mercy 



CAROLYN BENEDETTO 

Mercy 



GLORIA P. BIEHL 

Hotel Dieu 



CAROLYN BINDER 


ELSIE BOURGEOIS 


AGNES i. BURNS 


FRANCES P. CARROLL 


BETTY L. CLEMENT 


DAMA J. DAVISON 


MARIANNE R. DRAGO 


Hotel Dieu 


Mercy 


Hotel Dieu 


Hotel Dieu 


Hotel Dieu 


Hotel Dieu 


Hotel Dieu 


ANNA BOUDREAUX 


SHIRLEY BRADLEY 


BEVERLY A. CAMBRE 


JANET B. CHAMPAGNE 


VERA A. D-ANGELO 


JUNE M. OOMANGbL 


FLORA A. DUPUIS 


Hotel Dieu 


Hotel Dieu 


Hotel Dieu 


Mercy 


Hotel Dieu 


Hotel Dieu 


Mercy 


BARBARA BOUDREAUX 


PATRICIA BROWN 


KAY F. CAMERON 


ANN M. CHICOLA 


ANNA MARY DASTA 


DOROTHY DOMINGUE 


MILDRED DYCHE 


Mercy 


Hotel Dieu 


Hotel Dieu 


Hotel Dieu 


Hotel Dieu 


Hotel Dieu 


Hotel Dieu 





PATSY A. fORO 

Hotel Dieu 



PATRICIA M. GUIDRY 

Mercy 



BERNICE R. GUIILOT 

Hotel Dieu 



ANN M. HAIPIN 

Mercy 



LOIS N. HANEY 

Hotel Dieu 



FAYE F. HATHAWAY 

Hotel Dieu 



JANICE I. HAYDEL 

Mercy 



PATSY R. HEBERT 

Hotel Dieu 



CAROL A. HEIDER 

Hotel Dieu 



MITZIE M. HOLLOWAY 

Hotel Dieu 



CONSTANCE F. HUMMEL 

Hotel Dieu 



PEGGY M. JENKINS 

Hotel Dieu 



JOAN E. JOHNSON 

Mercy 



DIXIE A. JUDICE 

Mercy 



J^urses 



PATRICIA R. KENNEDY 

Mercy 



GLORIA A. KNOTT 

Hotel Dieu 



CAROL R. LADNER 

Hotel Dieu 



LORRAINE A. LANDRY 

Mercy 



BARBARA G. LEBLANC 

Mercy 



ANITA M. LE BRETON 

Hotel Dieu 



WILLIE R LEGGITT 

Hotel Dieu 



LULA MAE LE MAIRE 

Hotel Dieu 



MARY A. LEVEQUE 

Hotel Dieu 



CAROLYN J. LOn 

Hotel Dieu 



IVANOR E. LUCIA 

Hotel Dieu 



ELAINE J. LUQUETTE 

Mercy 



CYNTHIA R. MC GILVRAY 

Hotel Dieu 



CLARA F. MADERE 

Hotel Dieu 



VELMA M. MARTIN 

Hotel Dieu 



DIANE M. MESTAYER 

Hotel Dieu 



VELMA A. MICHEL 

Mercy 



GLADYS A. MIRE 

Mercy 



MARTHA S. MORRIS 

Hotel Dieu 



ANNA L. NAGY 

Hotel Dieu 



SHIRLEY M. NICKEL 

Hotel Dieu 



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JANEILE M. NORMAND 

Hotel Dieu 



FAYE A. OLDENDORF 

Mercy 



MARY J. OWENS 

Hotel Dieu 



ELLA M. PASTERIO 

Hotel Dieu 



JOANNA F. PEPPO 

Mercy 



PATRICIA A. PICOU 

Mercy 



Student nurses marching to the Mass of the Holy Ghost. 



Student J^urses 



PATRICIA A. POOLE MYRNA M. RABEAUX JOYCE A. SCHEXNAYDER MYRNA A. THIBODEAUX GEORGIANN V. NORDSTRAND MARIE I. WAGUESPACK LORRAINE M. ZAUNBRECHEI 

Mercy Mercy Hotel Dieu Hotel Dieu Hotel Dieu Hotel Dieu Mercy 



KATE C. PORCHE 

Mercy 



EILA A. PRESTENBACH 

Mercy 



MARY E. ROBERT 

Hotel Dieu 



FELECIA M. SALVAGGIO 

Hotel Dieu 



HARRIETTE C. SCRUGGS 

Hotel Dieu 



JANE M. SNEE 

Mercy 



JEAN A. TOUPS 

Mercy 



CAROL F. TRAIGLE 

Mercy 



IRIS M. VICKNAIR 

Hotel Dieu 



ALVA J. VINCENT 

Hotel Dieu 



CAROLYN M. WALLIS 

Hotel Dieu 



MARY C. WHITNEY 

Mercy 



JO-ANN ZAUNBRECHER 

Mercy 








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of Kusmss 
M^i^istratioH 







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ROBERf J. ABADIE 


JOSEFINA ALONSO 


JAMES H. ANDERSON 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


WllLIAM J. ADAM 


ANTHONY C. AMADEO 


SAM W. ASCANI 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Sophomore 



Tony Noto wields a vicious pair of shears on B.A. Prof. Myler. 



ANN ASSUNTO 

Sophomore 



MILTON R. AUCOIN 

Sophomore 



CARLOS M. AYALA 

Freshman 



(^of/effe of Jiusiness 



CAROL A. BACHECHI 

Sophomore 



JOHN E. BAGERT 

Sophomore 



JOHN S. BAIAMONTE 

Freshman 



AUSTIN B. BALSER 

Junior 



LOUIS S. BARRECA 

Junior 



LUZ MARINA BARJUM 

Sophomore 



ORLANDO F. BENDANA 

Sophomore 



THOMAS J. BENNETT 

Sophomore 



FORREST L. BETHAY 

Junior 



RICHARD J. BICKERSTAFF 

Freshman 



LOUIS O. BOBO 

Freshman 



EDWARD B. BOETTNER 

Junior 



GEORGE A. BONNET 

Freshman 



KENNETH M. BONNET 

Freshman 



RAYMOND F. BOUDOIN 

Freshman 






DONALD J. BOUDREAUX 

Sophomore 



lEONCIA BOUDREAUX 

Sophomore 



WELDON C. BRECHTEL 

Freshman 




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MARGARET D. BRIGNAC 

Junior 



RAY T. BURAS 

Sophomore 



ALLAN A. BURNS 

Freshman 



PETER J. BUTLER 

Freshman 



RICHARD A. CAMPO, JR. 

Freshman 



CHARLES J. CANGELOSI 

Freshman 



BERNARD E. CARBON 

Sophomore 



VINCA M. CAREVICH 

Sophomore 



MANUEL J. CASTRO 

Freshman 



PETER J. CAVALLO, JR. 

Freshman 



CHARLES A. CHERRY 

Sophomore 



ERWIN A. CASWELL RICHARD A. CELENTANO, JR. LILLIAN M. COHEN 

Sophomore Sophomore Junior 



Mn^MstmtioH 



JOSEPH M. CONNOLLY 

Junior 



JAMES J. CORTAZZO 

Junior 



ROBERT J. CROCHET 

Junior 



LOUIS R. CUCCIA 

Sophomore 



JAMES J. CURTIS 

Freshman 



ROBERT J. DAICLE 

Freshman 



JOSEPH F DAQUIN 

Freshman 



BARBARA A. DANIELLS 

Freshman 



HALDEN E. DE HARNE 

Freshman 



B.A. seniors, Ben Bridgeman and Jack AiuvalasiT, show the freshmen their copy of 
the Wolf. 




69 






CHARLES V. DE RUSSY 

Freshman 



ALBERT M. DOBARD 

Freshman 



J. DONALD DREZ 

Junior 



MARGUERITE L. DUBOS 

Sophomore 



THOMAS J. DU BOS 

Junior 



THOMAS J. ECCLES, JR. 

Sophomore 



Augle LaNasa pulls for the Dodgers in 1953 World Series. 



College of business 



JOHN L. ECKHOLDT 

Junior 



RAPHAEL J. EIFFERT, JR. 

Freshman 



HENRY L. EiSERLOH, JR. 

Sophomore 



JAMES C. FARRELLY 

Sophomore 



ADAM L. FASTOFF 

Freshman 



DONALD J. FAUST 

Junior 



WILLIAM J. FERLITA 

Junior 



LOUIS J FERRY 

Sophomore 



JAMES W. FINEGAN 

Junior 



WILLIAM F. FINEGAN 

Freshman 



THOMAS C. FINNEGAN, JR. 

Junior 



THOMAS M. FINNEY 

Freshman 



GENE E. FRANCHINI 

Freshman 



ROBERT G. FRANK 

Freshman 



ARTHUR J. FRANZ 

Junior 



LAWRENCE FUSELIER 

Freshman 



PATRICIA C. GAILLARD 

Freshman 



CHARLES K. GALLMANN 

Sophomore 



CHARLES GAMBINO 

Sophomore 



DONALD F. GANNUCH 

Freshman 



PAUL J. GELPI 

Sophomore 






ROBERT S. GILBERTI CORNELIUS M. GOODWIN HAROLD W. GRISAMORE DONALD A. HAMLIN 

Freshman Freshman Freshman Junior 



FRANK A. GOLEMI 

Freshman 



MELVIN GRAZIANO BERNARD R. GUNTHER, JR. AIMEE M. HANEMANN 

Junior Sophomore Junior 



RONALD J. HARPER CHARLES B. HAUSKNECHT EUGENE J. HICKEY 

Freshman Freshman Junior 



ALICE M. HARRIS 

Freshman 



REGINALD J. HENDRY GEORGE A. HOFFMANN 

Sophomore Freshman 



M^i^istratioH 



FREDERICK A. HOLLAND 


ADELAIDE HULL 


BLAIR JOHNSON 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


DAVID L. HOLMES 


ALFRED R. HUXEN 


MARILYN 1. JOHNSON 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Sophomore 



EUGENE P. HOUSSIERE ANTHONY P. IMBRAGUGLIO ELEANOR M. KENT 

Sophomore Freshman Freshman 




Russ Cresson, B.A. graduate of 1950, is campus photographer. 



71 






HAROLD R. KERNER 

Freshman 



WILLIAM B. KITCHEN 

Freshman 



RODNEY J. KRUMM 

Sophomore 



CLAUDE J. LA BASSE 

Freshman 



LARRY J. LA GRAIZE 

Freshman 



DOMINICK J. LALLA 

Sophomore 



Going, going gone. 



College of Muslness 



NEVILLE M. LANDRY 

Junior 



WILLIAM N. LANDRY, JR. 

Sophomore 



JOHN H. LANGE 

Sophomore 



DANIEL E. LAUGHLIN 

Sophomore 



BARBARA A. LE BLANC 

Freshman 



LEON A. LE BLANC 

Freshman 



PAUL W. LEECH 

Junior 



CARL L. LEEFE 

Junior 



JAMES E. LEITHMAN 

Sophomore 



ARTHUR H. LEMAIRE 

Freshman 



JOSEPH A. LEMAIRE 

Junior 



JOHN S. LEWIS 

Sophomore 



ROBERT A. LINO 

Sophomore 



JAMES M. LOCKHART 

Freshman 



ORLAL M. LOCKHART 

Freshman 



FRANK P. LOMBARDO, JR. 

Freshman 



FRANK P. LORENTINO 

Junior 



EMILE B. LOUSTAUNAU 

Sophomore 



MIL50N J. LUCE 

Freshman 



GERALD E. LYTTLE 

Sophomore 



CYRIL F. MC CARTHY 

Freshman 





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USTIN A. MC CARTHY GERARD A. MC GILL DAN T. MC KEARAN, JR. JAMES S. MC NAMARA LOUISE H. MAKOFSKY MATTHEW MARGAVIO G EDWARD MERRITT 

Freshman Sophomore Freshman Junior Sophomore Freshman Freshman 

iWARD J. MC CONNELL DONALD E. MC GOEY LOUBET L. MC KINNEY JOHN P. MC SWEENEY EDGAR A. MARESMA BENEDICT S. MARTINEZ JAMES E. MESSINA, JR. 

Freshman Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman 



iAdmMstratm 



SAM A MICEll 


FRANCIS E. MOUTON, 


JR. 


KARL W. NEBEl 


Junior 


Freshman 




Freshman 


RICHARD J. MOORE 


EARl J. MYIIE 




HURTIS A. NELSON 


Freshman 


Sophomore 




Sophomore 


MAURICE R. MOREAU 


LOIS A. NAJOLIA 




JOSEPH M. NIELSEN 


Freshman 


Sophomore 




Sophomore 




Mo Garsaud proudly shows B,A. frosh the 5AK scrapbook. 



73 





Some people really follow the Pack , , . even to Mississippi Southern. 





^ikr% 



RONALD W. NOGGERATH FRANK J. PALMtSANO, JR. 

Freshman Freshman 




MICHAEL H. O'CONNER 

Junior 



JOHN R. PAQUETTE 

Sophomore 



(College of business 



JOSEPH A. PARK 

Junior 

ROSALIE J. PARRINO 

Sophomore 



ALBERT J. PETITFILS 

Junior 



JERRY G. PFISTER 

Freshman 



JAMES F. PITTMAN, JR. 

Freshman 



JERALO P. POCHE 

Freshman 



HAROLD M. QUINLIVAN 

Junior 



BRIAN J. REEL 

Junior 



ROBERT C. REESE 

Freshman 

DONALD W. REISIG 

Freshman 

RALPH C. RICHARDS 

Sophomore 



WILLIAM T. RIVES, JR. 

Freshman 

JEAN C. RIVIERE 

Sophomore 

DIANE C. ROBICHAUX 

Sophomore 




RONALD F. ROD 

Sophomore 



GEORGE F. ROJAS 

Freshman 



CLYDE R. RUSSELL 

Freshman 



GRACE J. RUSSO 

Freshman 



EWELL J. ST. AMANT, JR. 

Sophomore 



MORRIS S. ST. ANGELO 

Freshman 



DANIEL J. SALZER 

Sophomore 



CIRO M. 5AMPERI 

Freshman 



EDMUND J. SCHMIDT 

Freshman 






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AUGUST J. SCHEURICH 

Freshman 



WILLIAM K. SCHWEIBERGER 

Freshman 



DANIEL J. SCOTT 

Freshman 



JOHN A. SHEA 

Sophomore 



PROSPER G. SICK 

Freshman 



FORREST B. SMITH 

Freshman 



EDDIE J. SONGY 

Freshman 



JOHN A. SPANSEL, JR. 

Sophomore 



ANTHONY R. SPEDALE 

Freshman 



DAN E. STAPP 

Junior 



FROTSCHER J. STECKLER ROBERT E. STIEGLER, JR. 

Freshman Sophomore 



MARIO W. STEINVORTH 

Junior 



HAROLD D. STRAIN 

Freshman 



M^i^istratioH 



EDWARD D. STRASSEL 


JAMES F. TERRELL 


RONALD J THOMPSON 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Freshman 


LORRIE D. SWORDS 


CATHERINE H. THILBORGER 


LLOYD H. TILLY 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Freshman 


ALBERT W. TEMES 


JERRY F. TH0MAS5IE 


HAROLD A. TOMES 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Junior 




Campaigning on election day. 



75 






Bill Schweiberger, the 6'7" B.A. Frosh, meets Fr. O'Flynn, Dean of Students. 



Mario Valasquez and Mr. Horcasitas, a guest of the Pan-American Club. 



College of Kusiness 
M^MstratloH 



BERNARD J. 


REGINALD M. 


THEODORE 


RICHARD A. 


CECILIA M. 


ROBERT M. 


EARL. L. 


MARGARET M 


TORTOMASI, JR. 


TRAHANT 


TUMMINELLO 


VAVRICK 


VELASCO 


WALLBILLICH 


WEISER 


WILLIAMS 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Junior 


Freshman 


Junior 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


RAIPH J. 


FELIX E. 


CHARLES H. 


ARTHUR 


CLEMENT J. 


MARY ELLEN 


FRITZ P. 


THOMAS A. 


TRAHAN 


TRUETT 


UNGER, JR. 


VEGA 


VINSANAU 


WARD 


WE5TENBERGER 


WOODS 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Junior 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Junior 


Sophomore 






School 
of 7)eHtistry 





ALEJANDRO ACEVEDO JAMES D. ATKINSON, JR. 

Sophomore Freshman 




EDGAR F. ARBOUR, JR. 

Sophomore 



JOHN B. ATKINSON 

Sophomore 



WILLIAM C. BAKER 

Junior 



ROY C. BARDWELL 

Junior 



Grind . . . grind . . . grind . 



School Of 



CLAYTON B. BARRE 

Sophomore 



DOMINICK BARRESE 

Freshman 



JOHN K. BERDON 

Junior 



NORMAN J. BERGER 

Freshman 



J. C. BERRY 

Freshman 



ALMORE J. BORDELON 

Junior 



RICHARD R. BRASHER 

Sophomore 



WILLIAM W. BUSBY 

Sophomore 



GEORGE H. BLACKWOOD, JR. THOMAS C. BORING, JR. ELEUTERIO BRAVO-OTERO JASPER D. CALCOTE 

Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Junior 



ERNEST D. BATEMAN, JR. CARROLL D. BERNARD 

Freshman Freshman 



JOHN BOONE 

Sophomore 



JAMES B. BRADLEY 

Sophomore 



M. R. BRETT 

Junior 



E. DEAN CASON 

Freshman 



RUSSELL CECOLA 

Freshman 



FELIX M. CANNELLA ROBERT H. CHARBONNET 

Freshman Junior 











LLOYD CHING 

Freshman 



WILLIAM A. CLARK 

Junior 



TOM E. COCHRAN 

Junior 



EDGAR C. COHEN 

Junior 



ERNEST M. CONZELMANN 

Junior 



ERNEST J. COOK, JR. 

Junior 



JAMES G. COSSE 

Freshman 



W. JACK COUVILLION 

Junior 



RUSSELL S. CRAPANZANO 

Freshman 



CHARLES O. CROOKE 

Sophomore 



J. P. CURL 

Junior 



RICHARD C. CURRY 

Freshman 



JON L. DANIELS 

Freshman 



LYNN I. DAUGHENBAUGH 

Junior 



"Dentistry 



CENNETH C. DAVIDSON LAWRENCE J. DERBES 

Freshman Sophomore 



CTOR E. DELLA-GIUSTINA EDWIN C. DORVIN 

Freshman Sophomore 



JOSEPH A. DE PAULA 

Freshman 



URIAH T. DOWNS 

Sophomore 



DON J. DUVIGNEAUD 

Freshman 



JOHN N. ESTES, JR. 

Freshman 



JOHN H. FAIRBANKS 

Sophomore 



ANTHONY FERNANDEZ 

Junior 



THOMAS E. FLAHERTY 

Junior 



ALBERT W. FORD 

Freshman 



JAMES E. FORD 

Freshman 

J. PATRICK GANH, JR. 

Sophomore 

LATHAN W. GARCIA 

Freshman 



BASIL D. GENTRY 

Sophomore 



JOSEPH J. GILINSKY 

Freshman 



WILLIAM C. GUYTON 

Junior 



PHILIP J. HAGE 

Freshman 



ARLEN W. HANCHEY 

Freshman 



GORDON M. HAZLETT 

Junior 




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An amalgam preparation or . . . how to build a student lounge. 





FREEMAN J. HECK 

Junior 



LEONARD M. HENDRICKS 

Freshman 



PERRY W HOLLEMBEAK 

Sophomore 



BERNARD C. HOLLIER 

Sophomore 



School of 



MINTON E. HOOVER 

Sophomore 



JOHN C. HULTBERG 

Sophomore 



CLAY C. HUNLEY 


CHARLES 0. JOHNSON 


DOUGLAS A. KELLER 


GARY M. KRAMER 


VINCENT L. LAGATTUTA, 


JR. 


CHARLES E. LANE, JR. 


OLIVER C. LEONARD 


Freshman 


Junior 


Junior 


Junior 


Sophomore 




Sophomore 


Freshman 


WILLIAM G. IVY 


THOMAS R. JOHNSON 


DOUGLAS D. KELLER 


WALTER M. KRONE 


ANTHONY J. lAlA 




JAMES A. LAVILLE 


VINCENT N, LIBERTO 


Junior 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Junior 


Sophomore 




Sophomore 


Freshman 


LYNN S. JACKSON, JR. 


CHARLES E. JONES, JR. 


CHARLES E. KING 


I. DAVID lACOUR, JR. 


JAMES E. LA NASA 




PAUL A. LE BOURGEOIS 


HORACE T. LONG 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Sophomore 




Junior 


Freshman 








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CLARENCE A. LORIO, JR. 

Junior 



C. DALE LUMSDEN 

Sophomore 



PAUL E. MORRIS 

Sophomore 



ROBERT M. OLIVIER 

Freshman 



JAMES R McANDREW 

Freshman 



JOHN B. McLAVY 

Junior 



JAMES L. PADGETT 

Junior 



)RLANDO MUNOZ.NOYA CLARENCE B. PARENT, JR. 

Sophomore Sophomore 



JOHN H. PARK, JR. 

Junior 



LARRY D. MABILE 

Sophomore 



MAURICE MANUEL, JR. 

Junior 



REVILL J. MATTHEWS 

Freshman 



VICTOR J. MATUKAS 

Sophomore 




PAUL M. MELANCON 

Sophomore 



CARLOS F. MENDOZA 

Freshman 



7)mtistry 



TOM R. PHILLIPS, JR. 

Junior 



J. W. PORTWOOD 

Freshman 



RICHARD R. POWELL 

Sophomore 



RONALD L. POWELL 

Sophomore 



JAMES D. PRICE, JR. 

Sophomore 



FLORENTINO PRIEDE 

Junior 



IRWIN M. RAPPOLD 

Junior 



JOHN L. REESE, JR. 

Junior 



VAL RINGO 

Junior 






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WIlllAM C. ROBINSON 

Sophomore 



RAYMOND M. ROCKER 

Sophomore 



THEOPHIIUS N. ROSS 

Junior 



ROBERT L. ROY 

Junior 



LUCAS C. SANSOVICH 

Junior 



CHARLES E. SCROGGS 

Sophomore 





Jimmy Peltier tried, but couldn't give away "Scholarships" to Cul-Chur U on Talent Night. 




JOSEPH J. SEMPE 

Sophomore 

MAURICE SHAHON 

Freshman 

JOHN D. SHEA 

Freshman 



LOUIS C. SHORT 

Sophomore 

BYRON N. SMITH 

Sophomore 

WALTER J. SMOLOSKI, JR. 

Sophomore 



HOWARD L SNIDER 

Junior 



ALBERT H. STONE, JR. 

Junior 



JOHN W. STROTHER 

Sophomore 



Sckool of 'Dentistry 



ANDREW R. TOWNES 


HUMBERTO VALLADARES JERRY D. VEILLON 


JOHN R. WALLACE 


EUGENE A. WATKINS 


WERT L. WHITE 


RICHARD J. WILLIAMS 


Freshman 


Junior Freshman 


Freshman 


Junior 


Freshman 


Freshman 


ERNEST TRAINA 


ROBERT E. VAN HOOK CORNELIUS P. VOORHIES, JR. 


WILLIAM P. WALSH 


JOHN R. WAHS 


JAMES R. WHITEHEAD 


WILLIAM A. YOUNGBLOOC 


Junior 


Junior Sophomore 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


Junior 


Sophomore 




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"A point of order, Mr, Chairman.' 




LOUIS ALFRED, JR. MARCUS A. BROUSSARD, JR. JOHN G. DISCON 

Freshman Junior Freshman 

WILLIAM B. BARNETT JAMES P. CONNICK, JR. NORRIS V. FITZMORRIS 

Junior Junior Junior 



School of jCaw 



NORMAN C. FRANCIS 

Junior 



JAMES B. HOLT 

Freshman 



BENJAMIN J. JOHNSON 

Junior 



HENRY C. KEENE, JR. 

Junior 



AlVIN W. UCOSTE 

Freshman 



DANIEL W. LeBLANC 

Freshman 



ROBERT S. MclNTOSH 

Junior 



ANN Q. NIEDERLANDER 

L.L.B..'38.. 



MICHAEL H. O'KEEFE 

Junior 



JOHN I. OLIVIER 

Junior 



JOHN T. PENDER 

Freshman 



GRACE F. TEDESCO 

Freshman 



HAROLD L. SAVOIE ALEKSANDER D. WIECZOREK 

Junior Freshman 





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CELIA ASCOUGH 

Freshman 



EVELYN BAGNETTO 

Sophomore 



HENRY J. BARRACO 

Freshman 



GEORGE R. BISCHOFF 

Junior 



KIRBY J. BONNETTE, JR. 

Sophomore 



JOHN R. BOURGEOIS 

Freshman 



JAMES C. BOYD 

Sophomore 



LLOYD V. CELENTANO WILLIAM P. HARRIGAN III 

Sophomore Sophomore 



DENNIS P. BUCHER CATHERINE B. GEGENHEIMER CARL E. HELLMERS 

Junior Freshman Freshman 



College of Musie 



BETTY JOHNSTON 


WILSON C. KREBS 


CHARLES D MC DONALD 


LORRAINE NEWSHAM 


NEDRA F. REED 


CHARLES LEE SENS 


DAVID W. WEST 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Junior 


Freshman 


THERESA B. KELLY 


yNfi.H{)f< S. LARIS 


MARY LYNN MURPHY 


FRANCES R. OCAMPO 


CURTIS P. ROME 


MICHAEL F. SIEVERS 


CLIFFORD L. WIEGAND 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Junior 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


JERRY D. KIMBLE 


IRLEE J. LECLERE 


SARAH M. NAMI 


LOUIS PENDARVIS 


GERALD F. ST. ROMAIN 


ROSE M. SPADARO 


ROGER O. WILLIAMS, JR 


Freshman 


Junior 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Freshman 










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PHARMACY 



AND 
HERBS 




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M/e^e of 
Pharmacy 




Dr. Ireland presents the Rho Chi Award to Jerry Martin, while Joseph Singerman looks on. 




MERLIN ALLEN 

Sophorrjore 

NOLAN J. BABINEAUX 

Sophomore 



College of 



CLARENCE B. BACAS 

Freshman 



MARTIN A. BELANGER 

Sophomore 



FRANCIS B. BARNEH JAMES D. BILLEAUDEAUX 

Freshman Sophomore 



WALTER J. BIRDSALL 

Sophomore 



GERALDINE BIUNOO 

Freshman 



HERMAN N. BLANCHARC 

Freshman 



RENE E. BONEE 

Freshman 



EDWARD S. BOPP 

Junior 



BRUCE G. BORDEf 

Freshman 



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JOSE A BORGES-FLORES 

Junior 



BRUCE E. BOURGEOIS 

Freshman 



MELVIN G BOURGEOIS 

Freshman 



LLOYD P. BOUTTE 

Freshman 



M. HAROLD BRAQUET 

Freshman 



VERAY LEE BROWN 

Freshman 



SIDNEY BUCHMAN 

Junior 



BLUFFORD J. CART, JR. 

Freshman 



JAY A. COWL 

Junior 



RAYMOND E. CECIL, JR. ANDREW J. CROCCHIOIO 

Freshman Freshman 



RANDALL BREAUX LLOYD G. BURKENSTOCK, JR. JAMES A. COLIIGAN 

Freshman Sophomore Freshman 



JAMES A. DAIGIE 

Freshman 



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JOSEPH H. DAVIS 

Freshman 



ELLIS R. DE ROUEN 

Freshman 







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MILTON J. DE ROUEN 

Sophomore 



YVONNE M. DIETRICH 

Freshman 



RODNEY T. DOLESE 

Sophomore 



S. ROBERT DROUILHET 

Freshman 



JOSEPH E. FIALA 

Freshman 



EMILE A. F05 

Sophomore 



EUGENE F. FRISCHHERTZ 

Freshman 



PHILLIP A. GALLATY 

Sophomore 



HERLINDA G. GARCIA 

Freshman 



MARILYN A. GENNARO 

Sophomore 



CHARLOHE M. GIIBERTI 

Sophomore 



HARRY L. GOODFELIOW 

Freshman 



Pharmacy 



CECIL C. GRAHAM 

Freshman 



ALFRED C. GRAVEL 

Sophomore 



HUMBERTO R. GUERRA 

Junior 



JAMES K. GUILLORY GEORGE W. HALL, JR. 

Sophomore Junior 



ALVIN P. GUIDRY CURTIS M. HANDLEY, JR. 

Freshman Sophomore 



DORIS HAINDEL WILLIAM B. HANEGAN, JR. 

Senior Sophomore 




Fr. Caliens and Dr. Ireland solve the mystery of the Spanish chests. 






dh^k 




MICAJAH S. HARRISS 

Freshman 



ERNEST A. HAYDEL, JR. 

Sophomore 



KENNETH T. HAYDEL 

Sophomore 



RALEY J. HEBERT 

Freshman 



FRANCIS HENDRICK 

Freshman 



DONAtD A. HESSE 

Freshman 



New members sworn into Rho Chi. 



(^M^ffe of 



CARMELLA C. 


MIRIAM F. 


CLARENCE T. . 


MYRTON J. 


JOHN W. 


JOHN B. 


SAMUEL R. 


ROY M. 


HINOJOSA 


KATHER 


KIMBLE 


LANDRY 


LOUVIERE, JR. 


MC ARTHUR 


MAYES 


MONTAIBANO 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Junior 


Freshman 


HENRY J. 


EUGENE 


OWEN J. 


JAMES J. 


, GEORGE W. 


HENRY A. 


RONALD M. 


JOHN 


HITE 


KAUFMAN 


LAFONI 


LE BLANC 


LOVE 


MAGGIO 


MEISLER 


MONTELEPRE, JR 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Freshman 


HUGH W. 


HARRY J. 


KATHERINE J. 


ANGEIO K. 


GRADELL M. 


GERALD D. 


J. WESHER 


RAYMOND N. 


HUXEN 


KELIERMAN 


LANDRY 


LOBUE 


LUCAS 


MARTIN 


MIRE 


MOUTON 


Freshman 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


Junior 


Junior 


Sophomore 


Freshman 


Freshman 




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JAMES G. MURPHY 

Sophomore 



ROBERT A. MUSSO 

Freshman 



DAVID J. NORMAN 

Sophomore 



RICHARD L. O'CONNEIL 

Sophomore 



LEAH ANN ORY 

Freshman 



CHARLES PEPE 

Sophomore 



PEGGY M. POCHE 

Sophomore 



RONALD P. QUINTANA 

Sophomore 




JOSEPH A. RANDAZZO 

Sophomore 



STANLEY S. RIFKIND 

Sophomore 



ALLEN J. RIVETTE 

Freshman 



TOBY J. RUSSO 

Sophomore 



DAVID t. SCALIY 

Sophomore 



IRVING C. SCHEXNAYDER 

Freshman 



Pkamacy 



JAMES J. SERPAS, JR 


EUGENE J. STAS5I 


FRANK J. TRIPOLI 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Freshman 


CHARLES I. SIMON 


EDWARD C. TACONI 


WILLIAM H. WAGNER 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Freshman 


ROBERT M. SONNIER 


CARLO A. TARDO, JR. 


RICHARD A. WEBRE 


Freshman 


Freshman 


Freshman 



Claude Riche, outstanding pharmacy student, receives the A. Ph. A. award. 



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features 




«V JOHN 100W«. SJ. 

** Forum Director 



Oyola 
?omm 



The Loyola Forum, under the direction of Father John 
Toomey, S.J., has again succeeded in entertaining and 
educating Loyola students and friends for the eleventh 
straight year. 

Celebrities featured in the past include Cardinal Spell- 
man; Evelyn Waugh, famous English author; Clare Boothe 
Luce; Fulton Oursler; Louis Budenz and Elizabeth Bentley, 
former Communists; Father Keller, author and founder of 
the Christophers; and Frank Fay, star of "Harvey." 

This year's speakers v/ere no less famous than those 
in the past. Among them was the annual favorite. Bishop 
Sheen, who has appeared on The Forum every year since 
1944. 




OR. 



ROY NICHOIS 



Dr, Key Nichols 



Dr. Roy Franklin Nichols, dean of the University of 
Pennsylvania graduate school and noted historian, opened 
the 1953-54 Forum. He is author of the Pulitzer Prize- 
winning book, "The Disruption of American Democracy." 



I^S9 



Fr. Charles Chapman, SJ., chairman of the department of history, listens in while 
Fr, Toomey and Dr. Nichols discuss Louisiana History. 



.. UNIVERSITY M 





PrvMmts 

One of lh« bfftt Irnown fiistonans \n the United Stalet today 

Dr. ROY FRANKLIN NICHOLS 

Oeon oF the Graduate Schoo/ 

UNIVERSITY of PENNSYIVANIA 

and an oot/iority on the Louitiana Purchase 



Tonii 



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A brilliant speaker, Dr. Nichols was invited to tha 

Uriivenlty ol Cambridge, England, (or o year ai 

lecturer in American Hiitorr-hos olsa been 

visiting professor a1 Columbia, Rutgers, 

Stanford and other universities. 



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(yiaiid HiiUroom 

ROOSEVELT HOTEL 



bishop 

?ult0H ff. Sheen 




Bishop Fulton J. Sheen was the second speaker on the 
Forum. The New York prelate, who has talked on the Forum 
ten times, addressed o capacity audience of over 3,000 people. 
His speech was entitled "Dry Martyrs," which discussed martyrs 
of ancient Rome and those of today in Communist dominated 
countries. 

Bishop Sheen is famed for the many notables he has con- 
verted to Catholicism. Among those are Louis Budenz, confessed 
ex-Communist, Henry Ford II, and Clare Boothe Luce, US ambas- 
sador to Italy. 



Bk.,4ifh^uflQiiSriVLJB 





1:1 IJfAJqiK 



PUYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD 



From DUBLIN. IRELAND 



AIR co!iy>nrioNEo 




T)ubrm 



Players 



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The Dublin Players' productions of "Pygmalion" and 
"Shadow and Substance" formed the third and fourth 
Forums. 

Founded in Ireland in 1947, The Dublin Players are 
composed of outstanding talent from Ireland's Abbey and 
Gate Theaters and the Old Vic in London. 

Internationally renowned for their dramatic productions, 
the group is headed by Ronald Ibbs, formerly of the Old 
Vic Company in London and leading man at Lord Longford's 
Gate Theater in Dublin, Ireland, for the past seven years. 




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C(,«P,«IIS i«« "»,s. 



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Feb. 13 



rf^ SUBSTAMCt 

8 ; 30 P- 




Maurine Halligan and Ronald Ibbs, founders and directors of The Dublin Play 

ers, check over the settinqs. 



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general Mark Clark 



General Mark Clark, former Commander-in-Chief of 
the Far Eastern Command and present president of The 
Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, spoke on 
the last Forum. 

The retired general was the American representative 
at the peace talks in Korea and signed the armistice July 
27, 1953. He retired from the Army at his own request 
after the Korean armistice. 





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Fr. Toomey and General Mark Clark discuss world affairs before the Forum. 



GENERAL MARK ClARK 




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WW£ 



..r e Ou, fo. l-.s.enin." P-v,des >5 n,in.,es of n,os,ca, 
OarWe^.Tno and pcp.l.r singers. 



ntertainment by the 



Operating since 1922, WWL, is a pioneer among radio 
stations now broodcasting in New Orleans. 

From its small beginning in the Physics workroom, 
WWL has developed into a 50,000 watt clear-channel sta- 
tion. Under the management of Howard Summerville, it is > 
now affiliated with the Columbia Broadcasting System and 
broadcasts from studios in the Roosevelt Hotel. 



'''•■ touis Son/af c , 

anniversary fh,', ' ", '^^tebrated ,h. , 

Program. "^^ °f h,s "ThougM =f,;r'!,=n,h 



AAr. Alfred M. Farrell, moderalor; Mr. Roy Trahan, recipient of "Who's Cripple," a na- 
tional award; Dr. Ernest Wilbur, chief of corrective therapy at the Veterans Hospital; Mrs. 
Jacqueline Leonard, vice-president of the New Orleans School Board; and Mr. De Van D. 
Daggett, professor of law, discuss the topic: "So You're Crippled-Asset or Liability?" on 
"Faculty Panel," a weekly half-hour program. 



i i 





One of the WWL engineers 



waits for the signal. 




'Ala/or in M • 
^'^•^ ^^'^C'" ^--^ vear , 



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--^.r-.^tcr-"— .„. 



5 'eatijred 



on -Camp.s Capers" , 




rs Band, h^^"' 



Paul Emenes, d^ 
;;,eekly on WWL. 



I^S^^H'H^r-;: -.--.. 



■ '"' '^-^^^^n.Z.";^::; 




u Talent Night wlnnei 
Charlie S.V><=r, ^^ ^"^.^^s. 
Loyola's many raflio 



„, is heard weekly on 




f, Anthony <-■ 
by Bill Brengle 



athle' 



,,-,c director. H 



mterviewe 



Dr. R. 




'■ "^^'"""d W,.,e, discusses ,h 



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e program presented by the Eve. 




n'ng Division. 




Paquelle, second place. 




r,he crowd .ha. packed Municipal 
Part of 'ne 
,o see the show. 

Campus Capers, under the W 

— n of the Man,bo. ''"""°" "f Paul Eniene 



i'h fheii 




ZaUfft J^ight 



In the Municipal Auditorium, on December 4, 1953, the 
Blue Key National Honor Fraternity presented its annual Talent 
Night production before on audience of approximately 2500. 
The performance was one of the most entertaining in the sixteen 
years of Blue Key history. Charles Suhor, A&S drummer, was 
awarded the first place trophy for a rendition of his original 
composition, "Hum Drums." 

Johnny Paquette, singing "Yours Is My Heart Alone," re- 
ceived second place honors in the individual competition, while 
Ann Delery's interpretation of "You Are Love" won her third 
place. 

In the skit division, the College of Music's entry entitled: 
"Snow Red and the Seven Bolsheviks," won first place. Olga 
Seiferth and Betty Henderson, med-tech freshmen, made up the 
"Melduets." Their rendition of "Glow Worm" rated top honors 
in the group competition. 



„""^a= Bouci, 




""^ ^"^'s shovv^'" '"'""^^ made 



, Queen, P-e-.V Pa. Stephens, P^ 



resented the winners w 



ith their awards. 




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LOYOLA ^ 

BLUEKeVs3^ce 



D\ga Seiferlh and BeT- 
y Henderson, two 
ned-techs singing as 
'The MeldueTs," cop- 
ied first place in 
jroup competition. 




The College of Music's 
"Snow Red and the 
Seven Bolshevicks" won 
first place in skit com- 
petition. Leading roles 
were played by, from 
left to right, Curtis 
Rome, Anna Copponex, 
John Bourgeois, Lynn 
Murphy, and Pat Har- 
rigan. 




"The Skyscrapers, trom lett to ngnt, uick vavnck, td Galvin, Ed Baer, Ronnie 
Redmann, George Mettler, and Jim Finegan, placed second in group competition. 



Dental school came in second In skit competition with their home-spun version 
of "Scholarships." 



Placing third in or« 

right they are PdT."?^^^'^'' 



i-uce, Henrv 



Placing third in skit ccn,peti.,on was 
''well-known television progran,. 



PKE's "this Is 



Your Wife." a la 



keoH 





jCoyola 



IMMACULATA 




FIRST ROW: Carmella Hinojosa, JoJo Finney, Carol Hedges, Barbara Danlells, Linda Garcia 
and Luz Barjum. SECOND ROW: Betty Jean Ferlitta, Shirley Trusty, Ann Smith, Evelyn 
Evans, Geraldine Blundo, Joyce LaBorde and Edda Haas. THIRD ROW: Eleanore Kent, 
Kaylie Kochansky, Mimi AAachin, Charlotte Easterwood and Aline Brousseau. FOURTH ROW: 
Mary Carmen Estrada, Yvonne Dietrich, Barbara Jas and Marlene Harris. 



FITjI ROW: John Overmeyer, Bill Finegan and David Holmes. SECOND ROW: John 
Fernandez, Bill Nevi/ton and Dick Webre. THIRD ROW: John Cottingham, Jim Finegan and 
Larry Fuselier. FOURTH ROW: Bill Rives, John Scopes and George Hoag. 



„.s Rives hiding from? 




102 




Kesidences 




FIRST ROW: Bill Calkins, Bob O'Donnelt, Jim Stack and Ernie Smith. SECOND 
ROW: Skeets Tuohy, Tom Rouzan and Ed Baer. THIRD ROW: Dick Vavrick, Bob 
Hanberg, Bobby Conrad and Jesse Roussel. 



FIRST ROW: John Stoebner, Roch Joffre, Joe Randazzo, Tony lala and Ken 
Davidson. SECOND ROW: Keith Guillory, David James, Jimmy Bordelon, Mike 
O'Connor, Jules Toupin, Pete Cavallo and Joe Nielsen. 




Jesse tells how 



'^-V pl,ch ball down i. Ufche.. 




103 




jiausmann 
Zropky 



,, ,.e H.us,..nn T.ophy history was placed ,n -he 



The Hausmann Trophy competition is one of the longest 
standing traditions on the campus. Now in its 27th year, 
the annual rivalry between the freshmen and sophomores 
was inaugurated by Gabriel Hausmann of Hausmann's 
Jewelers. In 1927 he donated an award in the form of a 
plaque to the class winning the majority of a set number 
of scholastic and athletic events. 

This year the freshmen won the plaque for the first 
time in three years, by defeating the second classmen in 
basketball, tug-o-war and debating. 




The sophomore team defeated 
game at Carrolltoti Park. 



u „ h^re in the softball 
,he freshman team, shown here 




5.- - .S -r=-- -."£-; - 2;7i;t£: 




•Sbi;*™;.;- ■""■■-i-. * 



sophomores 



on their 



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"°'-' in the ,enni= 



Campus 
Capers 



Campus Capers is a musical variety group featur- 
ing talent from any department in the University. A 
training ground for Loyola talent, the group went on 
many tours this year and also played at Blue Key Talent 
Night, the Jambalaya party, and several of the cafeteria 
dances. 





Campus Caper; 



^ ^' '^^ ■'^'"balaya party. ^™""- P'^ved 



Campus 



Capers band members 



take time out from pract 



ce to have .he,r p.cture taken. 




k 



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\. 



- , „, from left to right, 

■■The Caperettes,' co-p-ed ,^^^ ^^^^ ^^,p,y, ap- 

Shirley Stoma, ^''^uent^u ^^^^ ^^^^^ 
pear with Campus Capers o 





Director Paul c ^^^^^^^^^^ 



Johnny Paquette is one of the fea- 
tured soloists in the Campus Ca- 
pers show. 




. Q 1 Institute Director 
ather Louis Twomey, S.J., mstiiu 



Father Donnelly, 



University president, pr 



esents certificates. 



Principal speaker addresses the 
Institute. 



jHstitute of 

Jndustrial 

KelatioHS 



The purpose of the Institute of Industrial Relations 
is to train management and labor to work together in 
the spirit of mutual cooperation, good faith and fair 
dealing. To accomplish this the Institute offers, in two 
sessions each year of ten consecutive weeks, a series 
of non-credit courses, including: Parliamentary Proce- 
dure, Labor Law, Credit Unions, and Urban-Rural Rela- 
tions. 

Under the direction of Father Louis J. Twomey, SJ., 
the Institute is open not only to managers and workers 
but also to all actively interested in employer-employee 
relations. 





father Donnelly add, 



resses the Institute. 




hquiry 
Panel 



The Inquiry Panel, serving as a Catholic liaison 
society between the University and the people of New 
Orleans, provides a series of lectures by the Theology 
Department on Tuesday and Thursday nights during the 
scholastic year. 

Under the direction of Father Harold Cooper, S.J., 
since 1951, the panel discussions are designed, to ex- 
plain strictly from an informational point of view, the 
doctrines, the moral and ethical teachings and the de- 
votions of the Catholic Church to Catholic and non- 
Catholic alike. 




, a.est.on from "A Ca.ecl 




''*" "^'°''' ^-Per, S.J., is ,h, 



e Inquiry Panel director. 




Father Cooper explains the u: 



'' °' *<= '°"'V and the chal.ce. 




Lectures were held in the Student 
Lounge on Tuesday and Thursday nights 
during the scholastic year. 




■■And ,hars why Pilate was a 



man who cou 



Idn', make up his mind!' 




h,ee of the nine girls at 



,be sight of the hidden corpse. 



Lorenzo (Teddy Pfister) marvels at Portia's (Mickey 
Glanker) rendition of the court scene from the 
"Merchant of Venice." 



Zkespians 



Thespians climaxed their usual year of dramatic 
successes with a week run of "Pilate," director Leo 
Zinser's original Passion Play. 

Elaborating on its policy of bringing select pieces 
of classical and modern drama to New Orleans 
audiences, the group presented such plays as Shakes- 
peare's "Merchant of Venice" and Thorton Wilder's "Our 
Town." 




>'°" ^"re you koo^ 



your lines, Al'" 



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Present 




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srage 



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Prod. (Anna Copponex) in a scene 



Pilate (Don Barnett) and 




"Now which one wm 
„^°T,han. o( Ven.ce. 



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Shotpu, (Donnell Dodd) 



--.d .onde, .Ho .^e^-^, -!^ ^V ,>.^o^ ., ,„^ 



semary 



"You were wonderful, Beth," says Myra Mona- 
han to "Our Town" lead, Beth Ann Rebaudo, as 
cast members, George Hoag and Lizzie Ainsworth, 
look on. 



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Loyola faculty members and 
^ Butt during the program. 



,.ends sign tHe sc.o,, that was P-esented to Fa- 




father Mutt's 
ZestimoHial 




father 



--a'her Joseph Butt S J k ^" 

"lember of th. , ,-'■' «''io this year ,.i l 



P.iends and former students congratulate Father Butt. 



Over 800 faculty members, friends and students attended the testimonial banquet at the Jung Hotel. 





Gertfude Braden, Ph; M' 
at "Night at Loyola 



„ Alpha Sinfonia sweetheart 



Phi M. Alpha r^embers awai, ,he 



P-=en,a,ion of ,he sweetheart. 



Guest soloists on the program were, from left to right: Harry Theard, 1952 Talent Night winner; Rosemary Rotolo, 1953 regional winner of the Metropohtan Opera auditions; Nor- 
man Treigle, presently singing with the New York City Opera Company; and Claude Boudreaux, 1953 Talent N.ght winner. 





Academic p 



;c procession led by .he University administrators. 




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Or. Fitzgerald, left 



and Father Donnelly 



father DonneUv congra,.U,es 



Joe Berrigan, summs 




^ Paf^:^!--' f-^- Don, 



and Pat McCari 



"''"y congratulate hon, 



"' 9'ad„ates Joe Berric 








„cled but happy Freshman Class a1 



,„ends convocation in Marquette Auditoriunn, 



four Freshmen coeds 



getting some of that -/u 

'flat Moon" shi, 



"^- '=^'«* 'he "L" Book. 




„, .,,„ hope \ haven 
sin timesl' 



., v^ritten the wrong 



address 



freshman 
Welcome 




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euv. tno„ ,h. 



"Vou know, it' 



= not such a bad loolcing |i„fe , 



Face to face with the deans, freshmen begin regi 



stration in the library. 





B.ncon-b,owing freshmen a, 1he annua, 



Freshman HOP held in -he cafeteria 



The unrouchable Shield ge,. ,,3 f,,, ,„,„, 



ng from 



unworthy Fresh hands. 




Kangaroo Kourt proceedings begin under expert upperclassmen direction. They 
are Bergeron, Rod, Graziano, Pfister and Trepagnier. 



Frosh meet Sophs and pie as Kangaroo Kourt gets underway. 



m^Tc'ne'^or"'" "'" '^^ ^-'H. 



And ,hey did! R<,„ni, 



''• Susie and Tom ,he,> 



l,e prosecutors relax after a. as,e 



„, freshman revenge. 




AAanresa 




Student Ketrcats 



Once a year for every student in the University there 
come days of peace and silent prayer. The spiritually in- 
spiring scenes of Manresa, Convent of the Most Holy 
Sacrament at Lafayette, and the Loyola Campus are well 
knov/n to the many groups of Loyolons making their an- 
nual retreats. Studies and activities are put aside and the 
students begin a three-day visit with God. 



.„■■.-■ :^,^. .....,Mai.:i^^.^^v.^.. :- ■■'■'^■5f'"~ 



Our Lady of Fatima's image 
retreatants. 



brings inspiration a' 



nd hope to Wanresa 




On 



':l'^^^ week., 



'''^>'"-^meC,or^-S,oden, ,, 







Happy coeds accompanied by the Rev. Thomas Maher, SJ., are off to 
Lafayette for a restful and spiritual week-end. 



Off to Lafayette at last In the Aloysius Bus. 





OVSltJ'S HIGH SCHOOL 






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Personalities 




Mayor Morrison makes Palsy an honorary citizen. 



Beauty in pairs. 




Alumni President Danny Lyons crowns Patsy Homcoming Qoeen, 





Dot Watkins 



120 





Evangeline Molero 



121 





Odessa Elston 




122 





Barbara Jas 



123 <j> 





Kay Page 




Ola Morgan 



125 





Dolores Ledg 



126 





Jeanne Philibert 





Lois Burg 



Jo Jo Finney 





Campus Court 
Jmlists 




Jerr^' G'las 



Doris Haindel 



128 



Betty Han ford 



Jackie Keiffer 




WAm 




Campus Court 
Tmalists 




SvK'ia Nufie: 



Jane Trepagnier 



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HOMECOMING COURT. From (eft to right: Miss Kay Page, Mr. Lawrence F. Babst, Miss Dee Ledger, Mr. Gerard A. 
Raulf, Miss Jeanne Philibert, Dr. Dennis H. Groome, Jr., Miss Ola Morgan, Mr, A. J. O'Donnell, Miss Patsy 
Stephens, queen. Dr. Philip J. Tomeny, Sr., Miss Odessa Elsfon, Mr. Philip J. Schoen III, Miss Barbara Jas, 
Mr. C. Cyril Broussard, Miss Dot Watkins, Mr. Harvey L. Strayhan, Miss Evangeline Molero, Mr. Joseph A. Blasi, Jr. 



Freshmen Queen, Jackie Kieffer, presented at the Sophomore CoTillion by Freshmen Council President, Jerry Red- 
mann and Freshmen Council member, Ed Schmitt. 




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CAMPUS COURT. Sealed: Barbara Jas, Patsy Stephens, queen, and Odessa Elston. Standing: Evangeline Molero, 
Dot Watkins, Kay Page, Ola Morgan, Dee Ledger and Jeanne Philibert. 



CAMPUS COURT CANDIDATES. First row: Jo Jo Finney, Barbara Jas, Sylvia Nunez. Betty Hanford, and Odessa 
Elston. Second row: Ola Morgan, Dot Haindel, Jerelyn Glas, and Jane Trepagnier. Third row: Kay Page, 
Dot Watkins, Lois Burg, Jackie Kieffer, and Evangeline Molero. 




131 




132 



BEN BRIDGEMAN-BA senior; BA pres., '54. 
Sodality sec, '53; Wolf Bus. Mgr., '53; SAK 
Vice-pres.. '53; Military Order of World Wars 
Award, '53; Distinguished Military Student 
'53 and '54; Cadet Col. of the MPC, ROTC, 
'54; University Rifle Champion, '53; Student 
Council, '52-'54; Student Council Award, '53 
and '54; Who's Who, '53; The Maroon; APO; 
PKE; Prop Club; SIE; Advanced Cadet Assn.; 
Provost Corps; Blue Key; Pistol and Rifle 
Club. 



JAMES CASSIDY-Dent senior; Pres. Jr. ADA, 
'54; Pres., C. Victor Vignes, '54; Blue Key 
Historian, '53; Blue Key Vice-Pres., '54; 2nd 
Vice-Pres., Jr. ADA, '52; Soph. Class Pres., 
'52; Freshman Class Treas., '51; Student Coun- 
cil Award, '52 and '53; Who's Who, '53; 
ASN; Sodality; DSD; Knights of the First 
Molar. 




PASCAL CAIOGERO-Law senior; Pres., St. 
Thomas More Law Club, '54; Pres., Student 
Editorial Board, Loyola Law Review, '54; Ad- 
miralty Award, '53; Who's Who, '53; Blue 
Key; ASN; Student Bar Assn.; ADG. 



ANNA COPPONEX-Music senior; Cardinal 
Key Vice-Pres., '53, and Pres., '54; Sodality 
Prefect, '53, and Vice-Prefect, '54; Phi Beta 
Treas., '53, and Vice-Pres., '54; Thespian 
Vice-Pres., '52 and '53; Univ. Chorus Treas.. 
'54; Univ. Band Publicity Chairman, '54; Dr. 
Bonomo Award, '51; Talent Night Skit Win- 
ner, '53; LSL Award, '54; Who's Who, '53; 
Univ. Orchestra; Campus Capers; IOC; The 
Maroon. 



Who's Who 

lAmong Students 

h 

American Universities and Colleges 



JANE DEAS— Biology senior; French Club 
Vice-Pres., '54; LSI Sec, '54; Who's Who, 
'53; Sodality; Theta Beta. 



ODESSA EISTON-Education senior; Cardinal 
Key Historian, '54; Campus Court Maid, '53 
and '54; ROTC Little Colonel, '53; Student 
Council Award, '53; Women's City Archery 
Championship, '53; Student Council, '53; 
KDP; DES; Sodality; Archery Team; Philosophy 
Club; Who's Who, '53. 




MADELINE DUVIC-Education senior; Wolf 
Activities Ed., '52, Co-Editor, '53, and Art 
Ed., '54; Who's Who, '53; LSL; Thespians; Pep 
Club; El Eds; BAE. 



JOHN ENDERS-Muslc senior; Phi Mu Alpha 
Pres., '54; College of Music Pres., '54; 
Univ. Chorus Director. '53; Student Council 
Citation. '54; Who's Who, '53; Loyola Chorus; 
Loyola Band; Student Council. '54. 



CLAIRE FAVROT -Journalism senior; The Ma- 
roon; 30 Club; Thespians; Who's Who. '53. 




SISTER MARY MAURICE FLYNN, C.S.J. -Phar- 
macy senior; Freshman Class Sec, '51; Rho 
Chi Historian, '53; Who's Who, '54; APhA. 



RUSSELL GUERIN-Education senior; KDP; 
DBS; Who's Who, '53; Philosophy Club. 



ROBERT HESSE-Dent, senior; Sodality Pre- 
fect, '53 and '54; C. Victor Vignes Histori- 
an, '53; Capt., Dent School Bowling Team, 
'51; Duke, May Crowning Procession, '52 
and '54; Who's Who, '53; DSD; Jr. ADA; 
Knights of the First Molar. 



KENRY KEENE-Law senior; Freshman Aca- 
demic Law Award, '53; Freshman Moot Court 
Winner, '53; Who's Who, '53; ASN; Law Re- 
view; Student Bar Assn. 



SONNY MIALARET-English senior; President 
Freshman Class, '51; Provost Corps Finance 
Officer, '53; Student Council, '52; SAK Chap- 
lain, '51 through '54: Typical Freshman, '51; 
ROTC Cadet Col., '53; Outstanding M.S. IV 
Cadet, '53; Who's Who, '53; Sodality; Blue 
Key; The Maroon; N.F.C.C.S. 




BETTY HANFORD-BA senior; Freshman Class 
Sec, '52; Cardinal Key Sec, '54; Prop. Club 
Treas., '54; BAE Pres., '54; Honorary ROTC Lt. 
Col., '54; SLE; Who's Who, '53; LSL; Sodality; 
Thespians; IOC. 



WILLIAM JARRELL-Dent senior; Psi Omega 
Pres., '54; Junior Class Sec, '53; Senior 
Class Sec, '54; "Bench Breeze" Editor '53 and 
'54; Blue Key; Who's Who, '53; Jr. ADA; 
Sodality; Knights of the First Molar. 



BILL MALLETTE-Biology senior; Student Coun- 
cil, '53; Blue Key Sec. -Treas., '54; Sodality 
Prefect, '52; Theta Beta Award, '53; Who's 
Who, '53; Agramonte; Theta Beta; Thespians; 
Pan-American Club. 



EVANGELINE MOLERO-Education senior; The 
Maroon Local Ad Manager, '52 through '54; 
Wolf Organization Editor, '53, and Editor, '54; 
El Ed Sec, '53; Pan-American Club Sec, '53; 
BAE Sec, '53; Campus and Homecoming 
Courts Maid, '53 and '54; ROTC Honorary 
Cadet Capt., '52; ROTC Little Colonel, '53; 
Who's Who, '53; Cardinal Key; Student 
Council Award, '54; Thespians; LSL; Rifle 
Club; I.R.C.; Pep Squad; 30 Club; Sodality; 
IOC. 



MARCELLE MONIE-BA senior; Freshman 
Class Treas., '52; Thespian Parliamentarian, 
'54; E.D. White Debating Society Sargeant-at- 
Arms, '54; BAE Pres., '53; Cardinal Key 
Treas., '54; Student Council Citation, '53; 
Who's Who, '53; Sodality; Prop. Club; Pan- 
American Club; Pep Club; Wolf; Volleyball 
and Basketball Intramural Teams; IOC. 



TOM O'FIANAGAN-Dent senior; Senior Class 
Pres., '54; Dent Student Body Pres., '54; 
DSD Historian, '52, and Vice-Pres., '53; 
"Bench Breeze" Co-Editor, '53; Jr. ADA Board 
of Governors, '52 through '54; Student Coun- 
cil Award, '53 and '54; Who's Who, '53; Blue 
Key; Student Council, '52 through '54; 
Knights of the First Molar. 



BILL SCHUITIS-Physics senior; Michelsen 
Physics Society Vice-Pres., '54; Honor Schol- 
arship, '51 through '54; Faculty Selected 
Volunteer Research Assistant, '52 through '54; 
ASN; DES; Radio Club. 



BETTY TALBOT— Education senior; Pan-Ameri- 
can Club Recording Sec, '53; LSL Pres., '54; 
Philosophy Club Pres., '54; Sodality Prefect, 
'53; Who's Who, '53; Cardinal Key; KDP; 
DES. 



MARIO VELASQUEZ-BA senior; Pan-American 
Club Pres., '53 and '54; Blue Key Certificate 
of Merit, '53; Who's Who, '53; Prop. Club; 
PKE. 




MINUS MOUTON-Pharmacy senior; Pharmacy 
Class President, '52 through '54; Rho Chi 
Vice-Pres., '54; APhA Recording Sec, '52 
through '54; Who's Who, '52 and '53; Blue 
Key; Student Council, '53. 



JIM OUAID-BA senior; PKE Pres., '54; Stu- 
dent Council Treas., '53 and '54; Student 
Council Award, '53 and '54; PKE Medal; 
Who's Who, '53; SAK; Blue Key; Prop. Club- 
SLE; Sodality. 



FRED SHIEL-Pharmacy senior; Rho Chi Chap- 
lain, '53; APhA Corr. Sec, '54; ASN Vice- 
Pres., '54; Who's Who, '52 and '53; Blue 
Key; Wolf. 



FRANK VARELA-Lax 

Team; Who's Who, 
ASN; E.D. White 
Thomas More Law 
Assn. 



^ senior; University Track 
'53; Loyola Law Review; 

Debating Society; St. 

Club; Advanced Cadet 



HENRY WIRTH-Sociology senior; ED. White 
Debating Society Sec, '53; French Club Sec- 
Treas., '53; Honor Scholarship, '51 through 
'54; Honorary Student Membership in E.D. 
White Debating Society; Who's Who, '53; 
DES; Philosophy Club. 






Anna takes time out from her studies and many extra-curricular 
activities to relax on the campus. 



The LSL Award is presented annually to the outstanding 
Loyola co-ed who best exemplifies the traits of loyalty, 
school spirit, service and leadership. 

This year, Anna Copponex, music senior, merited the 
award. A charter member of Cardinal Key, Anna served as 
vice-president of the organization in 1953 and as presi- 
dent in 1954. She was also Sodality prefect in 1953 and 
vice-prefect in 1954. 

A winner of the Dr. Bonomo Award for the best 
acting of 1950-51, and vice-president of Thespians from 
1951 to 1953, Anna was hailed as "Miss Thespian" by Leo 
C. Zinser at this year's banquet. 

Anna was also a member of the University Band, the 
University Chorus, the University Orchestra, Campus Capers, 
Phi Beta, the Maroon, IOC, and a Who's Who selectee in 
1953. 




Charles 
bailey ^ward 



AAoon leaves law School classes to teach BA accounting. 



The Charles H. Bailey Trophy is presented annually to 
the outstanding student leader on the campus. Some of 
the qualifications for the award are: scholastic ability, 
school spirit, leadership and loyalty to Loyola University. 

This year's recipient is Maurice "Moon" Landrieu, law 
senior. He is a four-letterman in baseball and won the 
D. H. Holmes Student-Athlete Award in 1951. He also won 
the Louisiana Certified Public Accountant's Award and was 
president of SLE in 1952. 

.After entering law school in 1952, "Moon" was on 
the winning team in the Freshman Moot Court Competi- 
tion. He served as a Lieutenant Colonel in the ROTC and 
won the American Legion Medal in 1953. 

During the past year, he was president of Law School, 
the Student Council, NFCCS, and IOC. He was vice-prefect 
of the Sodality, and was a member of the St. Thomas More 
Law Club, the "L" Club, ASN, Blue Key, and Who's Who. 



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GovmmM 




Student 
Council 



President MAURICE lANDRIEU 

Vice-President TED PFISTER 

Secretary BETSIE PRADOS 

Treasurer JAMES QUAID 



MAURICE LANDRIEU 

Prestdent 



The work done by the 1953-54 Student Council 
illustrates the advantage of having a strong stu- 
dent government in a university. Composed of 
twenty-seven members from the six colleges and 
the Evening Division, this year's Council erased all 
doubt of whether or not student government would 
be successful on a Jesuit campus. 

This year's Council worked in close harmony 
with the student body for the betterment of Loyola, 
and left behind it a record of achievements in 
numerous activities. 

The Freshman Orientation Program, sponsored 
by the Council in conjunction with the Faculty, 
marked the beginning of the year's activities. This 
program was concluded with the annual Freshman 
Hop. 

The Jambalaya Party, the first of its kind held 
at Loyola, introduced newcomers to campus life. 
At this informal get-together, the students danced, 
sang, competed in contests, and even selected the 
best "Singing Fraternity." 



The Council realized the need of more campus 
activity. In an effort to meet this need, it spon- 
sored o series of week-end movies and dances. 

Sponsoring the traditional yearly events, the 
Council gave the Hausmann Trophy competition a 
very successful and well rounded program. Annual 
socials, such as the Sophomore Cotillion, and the 
Junior-Senior Prom, met with student approval and 
enthusiastic participation. 

A great deal of work was also done within 
the Council this year. Improving and strengthening 
its constitution, the Council worked in close contact 
with the organizations through the l.O.C. by means 
of a refiling process. From these meetings, the 
Council drew up new by-laws. 

This is only a brief sketch of the work done by 
this year's Council. The Wolf salutes the 1953-54 
Student Council for a job well done and encourages 
next year's Council to pick up and continue the 
fine work done this year. 



TED PFISTER 

A&S President 



BEN BRIDGEMAN 

B.B.A. President 



TOM O'FIANAGAN 

Dent. President 



JOHN ENDERS 

Music President 



OLA MORGAN 

Phar. President 





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Time out for a pic. 




MERLIN ALIEN 

Soph. Phar. Rep. 
DON BARADELl 

Jr. A&S Rep. 
WILLIAM BARNETT 

Soph. Law Rep. 
C. CAPDEVIELLE 

Even. Drv. Rep. 
GERALD CHOPPIN 

Soph. A&S Rep. 
JAMES CONNICK 

Soph. Law Rep. 



BESSIE C0R50 

Jr. Mus. Rep. 
MARGUERITE OUBOS 

Soph. B.B.A. Rep. 
FLO FISCHER 

Even. Div. Rep. 
PAUL HATREl 

Soph. A&S Rep. 
WILSON KREBS 

Soph. Mus. Rep. 
GERALD MARTIN 

Soph. Phar. Rep. 



ROBERT MAYES 

Jr. Phar. Rep. 
MARTHA MONGEAU 

Jr. A&S Rep. 
JOHN PARK 

Jr. Dent. Rep. 
JOHN PAOUETTE 

Soph. B.B.A. Rep. 
TED PHILLIPS 

Jr. Dent. Rep. 
BETSIE PRADOS 

Jr. A&S Rep. 



JAMES QUAID 

Jr. B.B.A. Rep. 
TOM RAYER 

Soph. A&S Rep. 
SHIRLEY STOMA 

Soph. A&S Rep. 
ALFRED VIENER 

Jr. Dent. Rep. 



hter-Organizatmal Council 




The Inter-Organizational Council furnishes a means of expression 
for student organizations regarding school activities and acts as a liai- 
son between the organizations and the Student Council. 

The president of each organization is automatically a member 
and must represent his group at all meetings. These meetings are 
held at the beginning of each semester, and additional ones at the 
discretion of the Student Council. 





Organization presidents assembled for the first IOC meeting of the 
year. 



ANDREW ARATA 

Theta Beta 



CAROL BACHECHI 

Guadaloupe Sod. 



MARY BARTHOLOMEW 

K.D.P. 



GEORGE BISCHOFF 

Univ. Band 






ANGELA BRADY 

French Club 



JAMES BUATT 

D.S.D. 



HENRY BURCH 

Provost Corps 



LLOYD BURKENSTOCK 

Blue Key 



PASCAL CALOGERO 

St. Thos. More 



JAMES CASSIDY 

Jr. A.D.A.; C. V. Vignes 



GERALD CHOPPIN 

N.F.C.C.S. 







ANNA COPPONEX 


BESSIE CORSO 


GWEN CRESSY 


ANTHONY CUTRERA 


JAKE DiMAGGIO 


TOM DvBOS 


JOHN ENDERS 


Cardinal Key 


Phi Beta; Wayside Sod. 


Med Tech 


Beggars 


Propeller Club 


A.D.G.; Pan Hellenic 


P.M.A.S. 








GAIL ERNST 


JAMES FINEGAN 


GEORGE FRILOT 


MARCEL GARSAUD 


JOS. GUENTHER 


DORIS HAINDEL 


BETTY HANFORD 


El Eds 


Rifle & Pistol 


Pershing Rifles 


S.A.K. 


Chemistry Club 


K.E.N. 


B.A.E. 



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FRANCES HEBERT 

Fatima Sod. 



ROBERT HESSE 

St. Appollonia 



WILLIAM JARREIL 

Psi Omega; Bench Breeze 



ARTHUR KEENAN 

U.B.I. 



HENRY KEENE 

Law Review 



GAIL KREHER 

Stud. Bar Assn. 



RAY LAMY 

St. Aioysius: S.l.E. 



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MOON lANDRIEU 

Student Council 



HARRY LEVEQUE 

X. Psi Psi 



TOM lORIO 

Physics Club 



SAM MAYES 

A.Ph.A. 



HENRY MESTAYER 

St. Ives 



EVANGELINE MOLERO 

Wolf 



GENE MURRET 

Fine Arts 





JOS NIELSEN 



LORRAINE NEWSHAM 

Univ. Chorus 



MIKE O'CONNOR 

30 Club 



KEN OFFAN 

Thespians 



MOTT PALMER 

St. Cecilia 



GENE PAIMISANO 

E. D. White 



TED PFISTER 

German Club 





JAMES POTIN BETSIE PRADOS JAMES OUAID 

B.E.U. I.O.C. P.K E. 



CLAUDE RICHE 

St. J. Berchman 



DENNIS ROUSSEAU 

A.S.N. 



MITCHELL SACCO BILL SCHULTIS 

Gamard Radio Club 





CRYSTAL SEEBER 

Pep Club 



FRED SHIEL 

Phar, Journal 



JOS. SINGERMAN 

Rho Chi 



RICHARD SMITH 

Pegasus 



DAN STAPP 

A. P.O. 



JANE SUHOR 

Little Flower Sod. 



BETTY TALBOT 

L.S.L.; Phil. Club 




BOB TRACY 

Pre-Law Club 



JAMES VACCARELIA 

Agramonte 



MARIO VELASQUEZ 

Pan Amer. Club 



IRVINE VIDACOVICH 

Maroon 



MARTIAL WALDO 

S.A.M. 



TOM WALSHE CHARLES WELSH 

I.R.C. St. Thorn. Aquinas 



141 




officers present Fr. O'Flynn with a checli for Field House Drive. 

A newcomer to the Wolf and to the Loyola campus is the 
Evening Division Student Committee. Established to bring the 
students and faculty closer together, and to promote friendship 
and good will among the students, this group has been quite 
active. Through its endeavors, the Evening Division was granted 
representation on the Student Council, and on the 1953-54 
Homecoming and Campus Courts. In the recent Field House 
Fund Drive, the evening students through personal contributions 
and business contacts raised a substantial sum. 

The Wolf salutes the Evening Division Student Committee. 




Svening "Divis'm 
Student Committee 



President FRANK SCORSONE 

Vice-President JEANNE PHIUBERT 

Secretary DOLORES LEDGER 

Treosurer STEPHEN SCULLY 




Mixed expressions 



PaH-HelleHic Council 



Chairman TOMAS DuBOS 



Composed of the Presidents of the four social fraternities, the 
Pan-Hellenic Council rules on all matters concerning rushing, pledg- 
ing, and initiating prospective members. One president is elected 
to preside as chairman of the group. Decisions of this past year 
were: rush season limited to four weeks; calendar dates for rush 
parties decided; three-day pledge season established; and three 
formal rush parties allowed each fraternity. 

Fr. O'Flynn, Dean of Students, is moderator. 



Social frats entertain at Freshman Hop. 




TOM DuBOS 

ADG 



ANTHONY CUTRERA 

Beggars 



MARCEL GARSAUD 

SAK 



AL laCOSTE 

UBL 



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Key 



President UOYD BURKENSTOCK 

Vice-President JAMES CASSIDY 

Secretory-Treasurer WIILIAM MALLETTE 

Corresponding Secretary HARRY McDONALD 



Membership in this national honor fraternity is the 
ambition of every Loyola man. Those accepted to the 
organization must be noted for their ideal character, 
and for the performance to the utmost of their duties 
to God, country, school, and society. The Annual Blue 
Key Talent Night is the outstanding social function spon- 
sored by the organization. 



LLOYD BURKENSTOCK 

President 



CLAUDE BOUDREAUX 
JAMES CASSIDY 
JAMES CONNICK 
LEE FREELAND 



MARCEL GARSAUD 
GARY HYMEl 
VINCENT LAGATTUTA 
HARRY LEVEQUE 





HARRY McDonald 

WriLIAM MALLETTE 
SAMUEl MAYES 
GERARD MIALARET 



JOSEPH MOUTON 
THOMAS O'FIANAGAN 
JAMES OUAID 
DAN STAPP 




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Cardinal 
Key 



Pr»«id«nl Foil S«m*tl«r MILDRED MAKOFSKY 

Pretideni-Spring S*m«»l»r ANNA COPPONEX 

V.e» Pr».id»nl JANE 5UHOR 

S«<r»lary ELIZABETH HANFORD 

Tr»o»ur»r MARCELIE MONIE 



A singular honor wos bestowed on Loyola on Febru- 
ory 22, 1953, when it became the first Catholic university to 
be officially affiliated with Cardinal Key. As the counter- 
part of B je Key on the campus, this national honor sorority 
recognizes ond fosters leodership end service. Cordinol Key 
members campaigned at various high schools throughout 
the city for future Loyola coeds, and held a Penny Party in 
the Quadrangle for the Field House Fund. 



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MARTHA MONGEAU 
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VERNA SATTERLEE 
JANE SUHOR 




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Delta 



Qamma 



President THOMAS DuBOS 

Vice-President ALBERT PETITFILS 

Recording Secretary JOSEPH LEMAIRE 

Corresponding Secretary MATTHEW SCHOTT 

Treasurer DONALD GARVEY 



The one national social fraternity on Loyola's campus 
is Alpha Delta Gamma. Also an academic group. Its mem- 
bers presented the Charles Bailey Award and Trophy to 
an outstanding student leader on Award Night. Two of its 
social functions were a winter formal at the Lakewood Coun- 
try Club and an end-of-the-year banquet. 



THOMAS J. DuBOS 

President 



CLYDE BERGERON 
MAURICE CLARK 
BERNARD COX 
JOSEPH D'AQUIN 
JAMES DAVIS 
HILLERY DeBEN 



ANTHONY DeHARO 
ANTHONY DiMAGGIO 
PATRICK FARLEY 
TERRENCE FENNER 
JOHN FONTENOT 
EMILE FOS 



lEE FREELAND 
DONALD GARVEY 
LOUIS GAUDIN 
CARL GUOERIAN 
ALBERT HUDDIESTON 
MILTON JENSEN 



BLAIR JOHNSON 
RODNEY KRUMM 
DOMINICK LALLA 
JOSc.'H LEMAIRE 
RONALD LEVY 
FRANK LORENTINO 













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GERARD McGIlL 

FRANK Mcknight 

EDGAR MARESMA 
ROBERT MORGAN 
JAMES MURPHY 
EDMUND O'BRIEN 



ALBERT PETITFIIS 
JOSEPH PIAZZA 
ARNAUD PI LIE 
RAYMOND PINNER 
RALPH RICHARDS 
CURTIS ROME 



AUGUST SCHEURICH 
GASPER SCHIRO 
MATTHEW SCHOTT 
MARIO SCRAMUZZA 
FORREST SMITH 
HAROLD STRAIN 



ALBERT TREPAGNIER 
LAURENCE VINET 
THOMAS WALLBIILICH 




PAT SCHEXNYDER 

Sweetheart 



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f^eggars 



President ANTHONY CUTRERA 

Vice-President JAAflES FINEGAN 

Secretary CAROL M. PFISTER 

Treasurer DAVID JUNG 



Beggars was founded on the principle of enriching 
the spiritual, social, and intellectual life of Its members. 
This year. Beggars celebrated their thirtieth anniversary 
with a cocktail party, banquet, and a formal at the 
New Orleans Country Club. They presented a welcome 
thousand dollars to the Field House Fund. Participation 
in intramural sports, a carnival truckride, and a spring 
formal were among their other activities. 



ANTHONY CUTRERA 

President 



ANDREW ARATA 
WILLIAM BLESSEY 
JAMES BERRIGAN 
ROBERT CROCHET 
JOHN OISCON 
JOSEPH DURR 



JOHN ECKHOLDT 
JOHN EPLING 
JAMES FINEGAN 
WILLIAM FINEGAN 
LAWRENCE FITZMORRIS 
GENE FRANCHINI 



ARTHUR FRANZ 
JAMES HAGAN 
FLEMING HANLEY 
GEORGE HOAG 
ALFRED HUXEN 
GARY HYMEl 




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CONRAD KUEBEL 
ROBERT LANDRY 
JAMES McNAMARA 
PAUL MENARD 
HARRY MERWIN 




JEAN NORDOTH 
JOSEPH PARK 
JOSEPH PERRET 
CAROL PFISTER 
THOMAS RAYER 
WILLIAM RIVES 



RONALD ROD 
GEORGE ROJAS 
CHARLES SICARD 
IRVINE VIDACOVICH 
CARROLL WOOD 
THOMAS WOODS 




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JOEY ALMERICO 
DONAID BARADELL 
HAROID BARKER 
JOSEPH BERRIGAN 
DONALD BOUDREAUX 
JOEL BORREILO 



BEN BRIDGEMAN 
DEI BRITSCH 
HENRY BURCH 
ROBERT CHANEY 
GERALD CHOPPIN 
JACK CIOLINO 



JOSEPH CONNOLLY 
JAMES CURTIS 
AL DANIEL 
DONALD DREZ 
ADOLPH ERNST 
MICHAEL FEDERICO 



JACK FOLEY 
GEORGE FRIIOT 
EDWARD GAIVIN 
JOHN GELPI 
PAUL GELPI 
LOUIS GIIBERTI 



CLYDE GIORDANO 
PAUL HATREL 
LARRY MOUSEY 
AUGUST laNASA 
JAMES LaNASA 
NEVILLE LANDRY 



Sigma 
Mpha 
Kappa 



President MARCEL GARSAUD 

Vice-President BEN BRIDGEMAN 

Secretary HENRY BURCH 

Treasurer JOSEPH DeSALVO 



Sigma Alpha Kappa not only provides its members 
with numerous enjoyable activities, but also affords the 
school as a whole with many valuable services. In ful- 
fillment of its purpose of encouraging Its members to 
lead good Catholic lives, this social fraternity sponsored 
a retreat at Manreso this year and attended a Founder's 
Day Mass. By way of social gatherings this year, 
S. A. K. had a summer and winter formal, a New Year's 
Eve Party, its annual boatride on the President, and, in 
addition, participated in all intramural sports. 



MARCEL GARSAUD 

President 





ALIEN McClURE 
PAUL MELANCON 
EDWARD MERRIT 
HENRY MESTAYER 
ROLAND MESTAYER 
GEORGE METTLER 



JACK MEYER 
ERNEST MITTEIBRONN 
MATTHEW MOUNT 
ALVIN MURPHY 
KENNETH OFFAN 
JOHN PAOUETTE 



JERALD POCHE 
MICHAEL O'KEEFE 
JAMES QUAID 
ARTHUR RAYMOND 
JEROME REDMANN 
RONALD REDMANN 



RAYMOND ROCKER 
DANIEL SALZER 
EDMUND SCHMIDT 
JOHN SCOPES 
WILLIAM SMITH 
THOMAS TORANTO 



ROBERT TRACY 
ROBERT WALLBILLICH 
THOMAS WALSHE 
LOIMS "'"■■'": 
JACK YOUNG 
CLARENCE ZIMMERMAN 



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Cambda 



President ALVIN LaCOSTE 

Vice-President ARTHUR KEENAN 

Recording Secretary PATRICK BREEDEN 

Corresponding Secretary ANTHONY BROCATO 

Treasurer PAUL LEECH 



Upsilon Beta Lambda is a local social fraternity 
which was chartered in 1925. The organization, open to 
all men students, provides opportunities for life long 
friendships. Two customs initiated this year to be- 
come annual events were an Alumni cocktail party and 
an Alumni formal. 



AlVIN laCOSTE 

President 



PATRICK BREEDEN 
ANTHONY BROCATO 
OTTO GOESSL 
HENRY HAUTOT 
ARTHUR KEENAN 



WALTER KOllIN 
PAUL LEECH 
LARRY McKINNEY 
ROY MONTAIBANO 
JAMES POTIN 



THOMAS QUINN 
LUKE SANSOVICH 
RICHARD SPANJER 





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Alpha 



SpsiloH 



President ELIZABETH HANFORD 

Vice-President MILDRED MAKOFSKY 

Secretary BETH ANN REBAUDO 

Treasurer MARILYN SHAMBRA 



B. A. E., a social sorority founded in November, 
1951, aims to provide a social organization for coeds, 
and to boost Loyola school spirit. Its membership is 
open to all coeds in their Junior and Senior years in the 
Colleges of Business Administration and Arts and 
Sciences. This year a Christmas party was presented by 
its members at the House of Good Shepherd and several 
other social functions were held. 



ELIZABETH HANFORD 

President 



ARGELIA ALVAREZ 
MARILYN ARNOULT 
MARY ANN BARTHOLOMEW 
MARY JANE BRODRICK 
JOAN DANNER 
MADELINE DUVIC 
EVELYN EVANS 



JOSEPHINE FINNEY 
AIMEE HANEMANN 
CAROL HEDGES 
CAROL HURLEY 
ANN LEONHARD 
ELIZABETH LUCAS 
MILDRED MAKOFSKY 



EVANGELINE MOLERO 
MARCEILE MONIE 
ELIZABETH MOORE 
ELIZABETH PRADOS 
BETH ANN REBAUDO 
MARIE REYNAUD 
CRYSTAL SEEBER 



MARILYN SHAMBRA 
ADELE SMITH 
MADELINE STEGER 
JOEL STEPHENS 
JANE TREPAGNIER 
DOROTHY WATKINS 
ISMA ZELENKA 








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examines a willing (?) patient. 



Delta 
Sigma 

Delta 



President JAAAES M. BUATT 

Vice-President WILLIAM DICKS 

Secretary MAURICE MANUEL 

Treasurer THURAAAN PULLEN 



Delta Sigma Delta is a professional fraternity seek- 
ing to maintain high standards in dentistry. Established 
in 1917, D. S. D. fosters ethical and scientific attitudes 
in its members. 



JAMES M. BUATT 

President 



ALEJANDRO ACEVEDO 
GERALD AYCOCK 
CLAYTON BARRE 
HAROLD BEEBE 
GEORGE BLACKWOOD 
JAMES BRADLEY 
RICHARD BRASHER 



ROBERT BURKE 
WILLIAM BUSBY 
ALLAN CARR 
JAMES CASSIDY 
EDGAR COHEN 
CLARENCE CORLEY 
LAWRENCE DERBES 



WILLIAM DICKS 
EDWIN DORVIN 
URIAH DOWNS 
GEORGE DUGAL 
JOHN FAIRBANKS 
WILFRED FONTENOT 
JESSE GANTT 



PAUL HAMMONS 
WILLIAM HARVEY 
ROBERT HESSE 
PERRY HOLLENBEAK 
BERNARD HOILIER 
MINTON HOOVER 
LEWIS HORTON 



THOMAS JOHNSON 
DOUGLAS KELLER 
CHARLES KING 
ANTHONY LALA 
JAMES LaNASA 
JAMES LAVILLE 
C. DALE LUMSDEN 










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lARRY MABIIE 
MAURICE MANUEL 
VICTOR MATUKAS 
PAUL MELANCON 
CHARLES MOLBERT 
PAUL E. MORRIS 



JOHN A. NEIL 
THOMAS M. O'FLANAGAN 
CLARENCE B. PARENT 
PHILIP A. PAYNE 
JAMES PELTIER 
THOMAS R. PHILIPS 
VAN A. PHILIPS 



RICHARD POWELL 
RONALD POWELL 
JAMES O. PRICE 
THURMAN PULLEN 
IRWIN RAPPOLD 
VICTOR RATHER 
VAl RINGO 



WILLIAM C. ROBINSON 
R. SANCHEZ-WOODWORTH 
RAYMOND SCHIELE 
STEPHEN SELBY 
JOSEPH J. SEMPE 
LOUIS SHORT 
JOHNNY W. STROTHER 



WILLIAM F. TOLER 
HUMBERTO VALLADARES 
CORNELIUS VOORHIES 
WILLIAM P. WALSH 
JOHN R. WATTS 
RUPERT WILLIAMS 
WILLIAM YOUNGBLOOD 



PLEDGES: First Row: Jerry Veillon, Kermit Adkins, Robert McKee, Carroll Bernard. Second Row: Robert Olivier, James 
McAndrews, Byron Smith, Richard Williams, Revill Matthew. 





Psi 

Omega 



President WIUIAM A. JAKREU 

Vice-President ROBERT CHARBONNET 

Secretary JOHN B. BERNEY 

Treasurer WIUIAM BAKER 



PsI Omega, founded in 1892 and established at 
Loyola in 1921, is an international dental fraternity 
which furthers scientific and ethical programs, and cul- 
tivates the social qualities of its members. Among the 
social activities this year were a Thanksgiving Dance 
and a Shrimp Boil. 



WILLIAM JARRiLL 

President 



EDGAR F. ARBOUR 
WILLIAM C. BAKER 
JOHN B. BERNEY 
WILLIAM D. BLESER 



JOHN BOONE 
JOHN BORDELON 
MILTON BOUTWELL 
VINCENT P. BRUNO 
JASPER D. CALCOTE 
ROBERT CHARBONNET 



CHARLES E. CROOKE 
LYNN DAUGHENBAUGH 
THOMAS E. FLAHERTY 
RUSSELL A. GRANDICH 
PHILIP HALLONQUIST 
GORDON HAZLEn 





FREEMAN HECK 
H. e. HOLSTEAD 
D/^a-oT H. H'lLl 
WALLACE NICAUD 
JAMES PADGETT 
JOHN PARK 



CARL RATZBURG 
JOHN L. REESE 
LUCAS SAN50VICH 
CHARLES SCROGGS 
REEVES SMITH 
JAMES STAFFORD 



EWELl STEVENS 
HUEY STEVENS 
ALBERT H. STONE 
ROBERT VAN HOOK 



PLEDGES: First Row: John Shea, Richard Curry, John Wallace, James Cosse, James Ford, and John Daniels. Second Row: 
John Estes, Kenneth Davidson, Clay Hunley, Dominic Barrese, and L. Stokes Jackson. Third Row: Leonard Hendricks, Andrew 
Townes, Ernest Bateman, Horace Long, Russell Cecola, and Charles Jones. 




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Vsi 



Phi 



President HARRY F. LEVEOUE 

Vice President DONALD LANDRY 

Secretary J. P. CURl 

Treasurer PAUL LeBOURGEOIS 



HARRY lEVEQUE 

President 



Xi Psi Phi was organized in 1879 to create intel- 
lectual and social intercourse in the dental profession 
and build a more wholesome atmosphere in which to 
live. Three Steak Bar-B-Q's were given by this national 
fraternity during the year, one of which was in honor 
of Dr. Paul Kavanaugh when he left for the U. S. Navy. 
A Halloween Party was held at the home of John 
Hultberg. 



ELEUTERIO 

BRAVO-OTERO 
WILLIAM CLARK 
ERNEST COOK 
WALTER COUVILLION 



J. P. CURL 
ELMER GRUNOMEYER 
WILLIAM GUYTON 
JOHN HULTBERG 
GARY KRAMER 





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DONALD LANDRY 
PAUL leBOURGEOIS 
JOHN ME5E 
VICTOR MORELL 



ORLANDO 

MUNOZ-NOYA 
FLORENTINO PRIEDE 
RAYMOND ROCKER 
ERNEST TRAINA 



PLEDGES: First Row: Maurice Shahon, Vincent Liberto, Louis Monteleone, Fe'ix Cannella, Douglas Keller, Russell Cra- 
panzano. Second Row: Theophilus Ross, Don Duvigneaud, Dave Lacour, Lloyd Ching, Joseph DePaula, Lathan Garcia. 
Third Row: Joseph GilinsVy, Dale Miller, Norman Berger, Oliver Leonard, Howard O'Gorman, Victor Della-Giustina, J. C. 
Berry, Philip Hage, Ralph Munoz-Noya. 




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Mayor Morrison is presented with an 
APO key and certificate signifying his 
honorary membership in the fraternity. 



Alpha 

Pi 
OmicroH 



President DAN STAPP 

Vice-President THOMAS DuBOS 

Secretary GERALD CHOPPIN 

Treasurer JOSEPH PARK 



Alpha Pi Omicron, Loyola's service fraternity, was founded 
in 1938. The purpose of this fraternity is to serve the University, 
its faculty, its student body and the community through de- 
velopment of the virtues of love, loyalty, leadership, and 
generosity in its members. Publication and distribution of the 
Student Directory is the largest undertaking of APO. Other 
activities include ushering at Forums, Student Masses, Convoca- 
tions and Graduations, and assisting at University functions 
such as the Jambalaya Party, and Frosh Orientation programs. 



DAN STAPP 

President 



SAM BARKER 
JAMES BORDELON 
GORDON BOUDREAUX 
PAT BREEOEN 
HENRY BURCH 
PETER CAVALLO 



GERALD CHOPPIN 
RICHARD COLSON 
EDWIN DORVIN 
THOMAS DuBOS 
RAYMOND DUGAS 
JOSEPH EXNICIOS 



TERRENCE FENNER 
LEE FREEIAND 
KEITH G'lllLORY 
PAUL HATREL 
GEORGE HOAG 
GERALD KELLER 





RUSSELL KLEIN 
RODNEY KRUMM 
WILLIAM LaSALLE 
FRANK LORENTINO 
SAMUEL MICELI 
CASSARD MORET 



HURTIS NELSON 
MICHAEL O'CONNOR 
KENNETH OFFAN 
JOSEPH PARK 
JEROME REDMANN 
RONALD ROD 



GEORGE SATTERLEE 
JOHN STOEBNER 
ALBERT TREPAGNIER 
IRVINE VIDACOVICH 
LAURENCE VINET 
THOMAS WALSHE 




"Maybe you'd better stick to serving the University, your singing 
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Marilyn Johnson leads LSLers in 
the Poodle Hop at Talent Night. 



Zambda 
Sigma 

lambda 



President BETTY TALBOT 

Vice-President ANGELA BRADY 

Recording Secretary JANE DEA5 

Corresponding Secretary ISMA ZELENKA 

Treasurer JOY LANDRY 



For Loyola wotnen with charitable intentions and a 
willingness to help, L. S. L. is the organization to 
join. It is the sister organization of A. P. O. These 
coeds from all schools of the University appear when- 
ever their services are needed. Ushering and serving 
at many University functions this year, and assisting 
at registration were among the numerous good turns of 
the members of Lambda Sigma Lambda. 



BETTY TALBOT 

President 



TENA ARCANA 

JOAN ARNOLD 

JEAN ARNOULT 

CAROL BACHECHI 

MARY ANN BARTHOLOMEW 

ANGELA BRADY 

MARY JANE BRODRICK 



ALINE BROUSSEAU 

LOIS BURG 

VINCA CAREVICH 

ELSIE CASTRO 

LAURA BELLE COMISKEY 

JANE DEAS 

MARGUERITE DUBOS 



MADELINE DUVIC 
MARIE DUVIC 
EVELYN EVANS 
NOREEN FAULDS 
BETTY JEAN FERTITTA 
JOSEPHINE FINNEY 
PAT GAILLARD 



JOAN GAULENE 
EVELINE GOLDEN 
JOAN GRAVOIS 
MARY HANEY 
CAROL HEDGES 
MARILYN JOHNSON 
BETTY JOHNSTON 





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JOYCE LaBORDE 
SUE LAGATTUTA 
JOY LANDRY 
MARIA lARRAIN 
ELAINE LINDSEY 
JOAN MEYER 



JALNA MOAK 
EVANGELINE MOLERO 
MARTHA MONGEAU 
ROSALIE PARRINO 
BETSIE PRADOS 
BETH ANN REBAUDO 
CLARE RESTIVO 



BETTY SENNER 
ANN SMITH 
JOEL STEPHENS 
SHIRLEY STOMA 
JANE SUHOR 
SHIRLEY TRUSTY 
MARY ELLEN WARD 



DOROTHY WATKINS 
MARY JANE WATKINS 
LUCILLE WEYMAN 
TERESITA WILLIAMS 
iSMA ZELENKA 




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Brian Reel and John Prieur set up a 
display for PKE. 



Pi 



Kappa 
BpsiloH 



President JAMES QUAID 

Vice-President HENRY BURCH 

Secretary JACK AIUVALASIT 

Treasurer JOHN PRIEUR 



Pi Kappa Epsilon, professional commerce fraternity, 
was organized in January, 1940, by Doctor John Con- 
nor, dean of the College of Business Administration. 
Members of PKE aim to foster a study of commerce 
and finance at Loyola and to cultivate a high code of 
ethics. Activities of the year included a Christmas dance 
at the Audubon Tea Room and a stag party. 



JAMES QUAID 

President 



JACK AIUVALASIT 
AUSTIN BALSER 
LOUIS BARRECA 
JOHN BESSOIO 
PATRICK BREEDE|I 
BEN BRIDGEMAN 



HENRY BURCH 
PATRICK BUTLER 
PRESTISS CARTER 
ERWIN CASWELL 
JAMES CORTAZZO 
ROBERT CROCHET 



JOSEPH OeSALVO 
JAKE DiMAGGIO 
MICHAEL DONLON 
JAMES DOODY 
DONALD DREZ 
THOMAS DuBOS 



JAMES FINEGAN 
THOMAS FINNEGAN 
MARCEL GARSAUD 
DONALD GARVEY 
CLARENCE GONZALES 
MELVIN GRAZIANO 





RUTLAND 6UERIN 
DONALD HAMLIN 
ARTHUR KEENAN 
RAYMOND LAMY 
NEVILLE LANDRY 
LAWTON lAZENBY 



PAUL LEECH 
FRANK LORENTINO 
ROGER MANFRE 
HOWARD MENDEL50N 
SAMUEL MICELI 
HENRY NEYREY 



JOSEPH PARK 
ARNAUD PILIE 
JOHN PRIEUR 
BRIAN REEL 
PAUL RUTIED6E 
DONALD SEGHERS 



DAN STAPP 
MARIO STEINVORTH 
MARIO VELASQUEZ 
ROBERT WALLBILIICH 
THOMAS WAILBIILICH 
FRITZ WESTENBERGER 



Doctor Connor congratulates members of PKE for their work during the year. 




All work and no play keeps the B.A. machines busy 





'Delta 
Zheta 



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Dean OSWALDO V. RAMIREZ 

Vice-Dean ROBERT J. SUVA, JR. 

Clerk of the Rolls WILLIAAA E. LOGAN, JR. 

Clerk of the Exchequer JOSEPH BARRECA 

Tribune AXEL E. PAULSON 

Master of the Ritual HAROLD E. KYTLE 

Bailiff RICHARD P. DEE 



Delta Theta Phi is a legal, national and profes- 
sional organization which was founded at the Loyola 
School of Law on July 2, 1926. The activities of the 
club stress scholastic proficiency and fraternal associa- 
tion, and prepare the members for success in the legal 
world. 



OSWALDO V. RAMIRiZ 

President 




'""fr.Mn.l^'J^ ^V'"'' ''?''y'i^' f "=- J'-' °"'''''° "',?;''"' ^'"'="' E- L°g=n, William C. Nelson, John L. Olivier, Robert L. Treut- 
ing. STAND rJG: Eugene J. Yrle Jose Prados-Herrero. Thomas O'Brien, Lee T. Davis, John M. Flynn, Anthony Occhipinti, Richard 
Simmons, William W. Irwin, Nicholas Danna. ' 




Pki Mu 



Sinfonia 



President JOHN W. ENDERS 

Vice-President CLAUDE BOUDREAUX 

Secretary GEORGE LEBEUF 

Treasurer MOTT PALMER 



When Loyola joined this organization in 1953, 
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia became the largest professional 
music fraternity in the world. Its members strive through 
a true fraternal spirit to increase music appreciation. 
The group sponsors many purposeful activities; its con- 
cert, "A Night At Loyola," every spring, furnishes one 
example. 



JOHN W. ENDERS 

President 



GEORGE BISCHOFF 
ClAUDE BOUDREAUX 
JOHN BOURGEOIS 
DENNIS BUCHER 
llOYD CEIENTANO 
WILLIAM P. HARRIGAN 



CARL HELIMERS 
WILSON KREBS 
GEORGE LEBEUF 
MOTT PALMER 
CURTIS ROME 
CHARLES SENS 



MICHAEL SIEVERS 
CHARLES SUHOR 
HENRY VOELKEL 
ROGER WILLIAMS 





Sigma 
Cambda 
SpsiloH 



President RAYMOND LAMY 

Vice-President KENNETH GELPI 

Secretary RONALD GREGORY 

Treasurer BARNEY McGINTY 



Sigma Lambda Epsilon is an honorary, scholastic 
organization which fosters an appreciation of the true 
nature and value of accounting. By various programs, 
the group tends to make Its members more fit to 
serve the profession. Besides having monthly meetings, 
which several guest speakers attended, the fraternity 
helped to teach the lower accounting classes and partic- 
ipated in an accounting essay contest this year. 



RAYMOND LAMY 

President 



BEN BRIDGEMAN 
PATRICK BUTLER 
JOHN ECKHOLDT 
JAMES FINEGAN 
ARTHUR FRANZ 
MARCEL GARSAUO 
JAMES D. GARVEY 



KENNETH GELPI 
RONALD GREGORY 
DONALD HAMLIN 
BETTY HANFORO 
ARTHUR KEENAN 
BARNEY McGINTY 
HOWARD MENDELSON 



JOSEPH PARK 
ARNAUD PillE 
HAROLD QUINLIVAN 
PAUL RUTLEDGE 
HAROLD TOMES 
RICHARD VAVRICK 
ROBERT WALLBILLICH 





Alpha 
Sigma 



President DENNIS L ROUSSEAU 

Vice-President FRED H. SHIEl 

Secretary JOSEPH R. BERRIGAN 

Treasurer CHARLES JEANFREAU 



Scholarship, loyalty and service to the University 
constitute the qualifications for membership in Alpha 
Sigma Nu, a national honorary Jesuit scholastic society. 
To be chosen a member is a great honor signifying that 
one has exemplifiecJ the high standards of Jesuit educa- 
tion. 



DENNIS ROUSSEAU 

President 



MARCUS BROUSSARO 
PASCAL CAlOGiRO 
JAMES I. CASSIDY 
BOB CHARBONNET 
CHARLES JEANFREAU 
HENRY KEENE 



GERALD KELLER 
MAURICE LANDRIEU 
CARL lEEFE 
WALLACE NICAUD 
WILLIAM SCHULTIS 
ROBERT VAN HOOK 





Delta 
Spsilon 

Sigma 



President JULIETTE TUREAUD 

Vice-President DOLORES PARHAM 

Secretary-Treasurer LAWRENCE BOURGEOIS 



Seniors in Arts and Sciences who hove attained a 
B average and manifested outstanding character traits, 
are selected for membership in this national honor fra- 
ternity. Delta Epsilon Sigma. 



Margaret Finley, of DES, present! Father Donnelly with a check for the 
University. 



ELISABETH 

AINSWORTH 
ANGELA BRADY 
MARY JANE 

BRODRICK 
ODESSA ELSTON 
RUSSELL GUERIN 



JOY LANDRY 

PATRICIA McCarthy 

WILLIAM SCHULTIS 
ELIZABETH TALBOT 
HENRY WIRTH 






Aary Jane Brodrick and A! la- 
'.oste gaze around at KDP's Christ 
nas Party, 



Kappa 
Delta 
Pi 



President SYLVIA SHAMBRA 

Vice-President PATRICIA MEYNIER 

Secretary ANGELA BRADY 

Treasurer MARY ANN BARTHOLOMEW 



In order to foster high standards of preparation 
for teaching. Kappa Delta Pi gives the student teachers 
an opportunity to talk things over \with alunnnae mem- 
bers engaged in the teaching profession. Contact with 
pedagogical events on a national level was maintained 
by representation at the National Convocation. 



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SYLVIA SHAMBRA 

President 



MARILYN ARNOUIT 

MARY ANN BARTHOLOMEW 

MADELINE BENNETT 

ANGELA BRADY 

MARY JANE BRODRICK 

PEGGY DUCEY 

ODESSA ELSTON 



GAYLE ERNST 
WANNA FAUGHT 
RUSSELL GUERIN 
CAROL HURLEY 
BARBARA JAS 
THOMAS LAUGHIIN 
BETTY LUCAS 



JOHN PAISANT 
MARIE REYNAUD 
VERNA SATTERIEE 
ADELE SMITH 
BETTY TALBOT 
CYNTHIA TILLOTSON 
I5MA ZELENKA 






Zheta 
^eta 



President ANDREW A. ARATA 

Vice-President CHARLES CLARK 

Secretary GWENDOLYN CRESSY 

Treasurer JOY WELLS 



Founded at Loyola In 1936, Theta Beta is a na- 
tional, honorary fraternity which, by emphasing the 
need of research, stimulates in the student an ever ex- 
panding interest in all phases of biology. This year, the 
coed group sponsored numerous educational films, and 
a field trip to Grand Isle. This group also combined with 
the Biology Department in giving a banquet. 



ANDREW ARATA 

President 



lONE BORDES 
CHARLES CLARK 
FRANCES COLEMAN 
GWENDOLYN CRESSY 
WILLIAM DAWES 
JANE DEAS 



LOUIS GILBERTI 
DIANA GI5CLAIR 

HARRY McDonald 

WILLIAM MALLETTE 
JAMES NELSON 
MADELINE PERE 



MILAGROS SANTIAGO 
PATRICIA STEPHENS 
JAMES VACCARELLA 
JOY WELLS 
JANET WOOTEN 




Kho Cki 



President JOSEPH SINGERMAN 

Vice-President JOSEPH MOUTON 

Secretary OLA MORGAN 



Election to Rho Chi, a national, pharmaceutical society, is a recognition of intellec- 
tual scholarship. Since the organization was founded in 1908, it has endeavored, by unit- 
ing students and faculty in helpful comradeship, to promote scholarly fellowship, thus 
enhancing the profession of pharmacy. During the year, Rho Chi presented its annual award 
to the student who earned the highest average in his first year. 




JOSEPH SINGERMAN 

President 






JAY COWL 
OLA MORGAN 
JOSEPH MOUTON 
FREO SHIEL 
WILIA ULLO 




J^eta Spsilon tips Hon 



President JAMES POTIN 

Vice-President JANET WOOTEN 

Secretary ROSA MARIE FLORO 

Treasurer ALTHEA BARLOW 



Beta Epsilon Upsiion is a national, honor society for professional advance- 
ment in Medical Technology. Loyola's division, the Alpha Chapter, staged a 
scientific lecture and a banquet this year. 



JAMES POTIN 

President 



ROSA MARIE FLORO 
PATRICIA STEPHENS 
JANET WOOTEN 






Kappa SpsiloH J^u 



President DORIS HAINDEL 

Vice-President WILLA MAE ULLO 

Secretary MARIE SILVESTRI 

Treasurer OLA MORGAN 

Kappa Epsilon Nu, a national, honorary, pharmaceutical sorority, has been 
on the campus since 1942. It is designed to unite the women students of 
pharmacy professionally and socially. Two of its functions this year were 
the annual banquet and the alumnae party. 




DORIS HAINDEl 

President 



OLA MORGAN 


MARIE SILVESTRI 


WILLA ULLO 


MARILYN 6ENNARO 


CHARLOTTE GILBERTI 


KATHERINE LANDRY 


PEGGY. POCHE 


Member 


Member 


Member 


Pledge 


Pledge 


Pledge 


Pledge 





Pki Met a Spsilon 



President BESSIE MARIE CORSO 

Vice-President ANNA COPPONEX 

Secretary IRLEE LECIERE 

Treasurer TECLA Dl BUONO 



Promotion of the best in music and speech for the improvement of its 
members is the objective of Phi Beta, a national, honorary, and professional 
fraternity. A junior having the highest overage in the sophomore year is 
presented a partial scholarship award each year by this group. 



BESSIE MARIE CORSO 

President 



EVELYN BAGNETTO 



GERTRUDE BRADEN 



ANNA COPPONEX 



BETTY JOHNSTON 



IRLEE LECLERE 



FRANCES O'CAMPO 



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OrgaHizations 



iAcademy of 
Tme M^s 



President GENE PAIMISANO 

Vice-President GENE MURRET 

Secretary PAT McCARTHY 

Treasurer CLARENCE RARESHIDE 



A true concept of life and appreciation 
of it are enhanced through a love and under- 
standing of the fine arts. This is the belief 
and purpose of the Academy of Fine Arts. 

A tour of Delgado Museum and view- 
ing of the Louvre Exhibition highlighted the 
year. Records of famous plays were also 
enjoyed by the group. 




GENE PAIMISANO 





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ELIZABETH AINSWORTH 

MARY ANN BARTHOLOMEW 

JOE BERRIGAN 

ANGELA BRADY 

SAL CEFALU 

PEGGY DUCEY 

TONY LALA 



PAT McCarthy 

GENE MURRET 
TED PFISTER 
CLARENCE RARESHIDE 
DENNIS ROUSSEAU 
BETTY TALBOT 
HENRY WIRTH 



Kadio 
eiub 



Living in their own little world, jammed 
tightly between Marquette Hall and Holy 
Name Church, are the talkative members of 
the Radio Club. 

The Club seeks to foster interest in Radio 
among students. Members operate ham 
station W5LJY. 



Representative BILL SCHULTIS 




BILL SCHULTIS 

Representative 




CARL GUDERIAN 
LOUIS LAVEDAN 
TOMMY LORIO 
JAMES MENARD 
JOE PIAZZA 
GEORGE SATTERIEE 
JERRY SHERLOCK 



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ANGELA BRADY 

President 



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Ce Cerde 

Jraneais 



Singing French Christmas Carols at the 
University's annual carol sing is one of the 
yearly activities of Le Cercle Francois, the 
French Club. 

Its members ore banded together under 
one common interest, appreciation of French 
culture, language, literature, art, music and 
customs. 



President ANGELA BRADY 

Vice-President JANE DEAS 

Secretary-Treasurer HENRY WIRTH 



DARIENE ARTELL 
SAL CEFALU 
JANE D«AS 
PEGGY DUCEY 
TIMMIE DUVIC 
MARY HANEY 
MARIANNE HEBERT 



ANTHONY lALA 

PATRICIA McCarthy 

JOHN PAISANT 
ROSEMARY SHEPHARD 
RICHARD SMITH 
LARRY VI NET 
HENRY WIRTH 






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WMSkl 




TED PFISTER 

President 



The purpose of Deutscher Verein is to 
promote an active, cultural interest in Ger- 
man life, language and ideals. 

This purpose is accomplished through 
lectures and entertainment in the German 
manner. High on the list are two Bier 
Abends held annually at the beginning and 
end of each year, and the singing of Ger- 
man carols at Christmas time. 



"Deutscher 

Vere'm 



President TED PFISTER 

Vice-President JOE PIAZZA 

Secretary CARl GUDERIAN 

Treasurer RAY SCHMIH 



GORDON BOUDREAUX 
RICHARD COISON 
JOE EXNICIOS 
OTTO GOESSL 
CARL GUDERIAN 
JERRY KELLER 
RUSSEL KLEIN 



CASSARD MORET 
JOHN OUSTALET 
JOSEPH PIAZZA 
RAY SCHMITT 
JOHN STOEBNER 
ALBERT TREPAGNIER 





pep 



eiub 



President CRYSTAL SEEBER 

Vice President MARILYN ARNOULT 

Secretary-Treasurer SHIRLEY STOMA 



Loyola's most spirited coeds con be found on the 
pep club roster. The girls attend all basketball games, 
and lead the crowd in backing the Pack. Their main 
objective is to promote and raise school spirit among the 
students. 



CRYSTAL SEEBER 

President 



MARILYN ARNOULT 
CAROL BACHECHI 
VINCA CAREVICH 
MARGUERITE DUBOS 
EVELYN EVANS 
JO-JO FINNEY 



EVELINE GOLDEN 
MARY HANEY 
ELAINE LINDSEY 
MILDRED MAKOFSKY 
MARIE MEHRTENS 
JALNA MOAK 



EVANGELINE MOLERO 
MYRA MONAHAN 
MARCELLE MONIE 
ROSIE PARRINO 
BETSIE PRADOS 
BETH ANN REBAUDO 



LYNN RIEHL 
SHIRLEY STOMA 
JOAN TERESI 
MARY ELLEN WARD 
TOOTSIE WILLIAMS 





"Let The buyer 
beware!" 



SI 



8ds 



President GAYLE ERNST 

Vice-President EVELINE GOLDEN 

Secretary JOEL STEPHENS 

Treasurer CAROL HURLEY 



The El Eds serves as a means of uniting the elemen- 
tary education majors academically and socially. It is 
the Loyola affiliate of the Future Teachers of America 
and the Louisiana Teachers Association. 

A party for elementary education freshmen, a 
style show, and the annual banquet highlighted their 
social year. 



MARY AITKEN 
JEAN ASWAD 
MARY BARTHOLOMEW 
MARY BRODERICK 
BEVERLY CAMBRE 
MARGIE COLLINS 
MADELINE DUVIC 



CARREIL EPLING 
NOREEN FAUIDS 
JACKIE FERRO 
DOROTHY GATELY 
EVELINE GOLDEN 
JOAN GRAVOIS 
SUSIE HANEMANN 



FRANCIS HECKER 
CAROL HURLEY 
BETTY LUCAS 
OPAL MAHLER 
MILLIE MAKOFSKY 
JALNA MOAK 
EVANGELINE MOLERO 



SYLVIA NUNEZ 
BETSY PRADOS 
BETH REBAUDO 
CLAIRE RESTIVO 
ADELE SMITH 
JOEL STEPHENS 
JOAN TERE5I 



CYNTHIA TILLOTSON 
JANE TREPAGNIER 
CATHERINE TUMINELLO 
DOT WATKINS 
MARY JANE WATKINS 
LUCILLE WEYMAN 
ISMA ZELENKA 




GAYLE ERNST 

President 




















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iAgtamoHte 
Pre-Mcdical Society 

President JAMES VACCARELLA 

Vice-President CHARLES ClARK 

Secretary WILLIAM DAWES 

Treasurer ANDY ARATA 



Preparation for the study of medicine is the main 
objective of Agramonte, Loyola's pre-med society. 

"Pre-Med Night" was sponsored by the society this 
year for high school seniors interested in medicine. Also 
on the year's agenda were various lectures, movies and 
tours of medical institutions. 



Kd,n^:iA^''¥M. 



JAMES VACCAREllA 

President 



ANOY ARATA 
WILLIAM BLESSEY 
CHARLES CLARK 
RICHARD COLSON 
WILLIAM DAWES 



ADOLPH ERNST 
JOE EXNICIOS 
GERALD KELLER 
RUSSELL KLEIN 
ERNEST LORCH 



WILLIAM MALLETTE 
RAYMOND SCHMITT 
JOHN STOEBNER 





Dr. Nix discusses some interesting 
facts with Dr. Merilh at Gamard's 
Pre-Dent Night. 



Qamard 
Pre-T>eHtal Society 



President MITCHELL SACCO, JR. 

Vice-President DONALD STRAIN 

Secretary ERNEST LORCH 

Treasurer LOUIS WHITE 



The Gamard Dental Circus, featuring lectures by some 
of the cities outstanding dental men, is sponsored annually 
by the E. A. Gamard, Sr., Pre-Dental Society. 

To promote interest in dentistry, the society sponsors 
addresses, movies, and tours at various times during the 
school year. 

On the lighter side is the organization's intramural 
football team and the annual Gamard Banquet. Member- 
ship is open to all pre-dent students in good standing. 



MITCHELL SACCO 

President 



JOEY AIMERICO 
LOUIS BRIT5CH 
ROLAND CAIRE 
ERNESTO CALVO 
D. O. CONWILL 



JAMES HAGEN 
FLEMING HANLEY 
ROBERT LAFARGUE 
JAMES LINN 
ERNEST LORCH 



ALVARO MARIN 
EDWARD MARTINEZ 
JOHN MEYER 
DONALD PERRERE 
ED SIMON 



ROLAND TURNER 
SAM VINCI 
LOUIS WHITE 





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Joseph Guenther receives the 
award for being the outstanding 
chemistry student. 



Chemistry 



Club 



President JOSEPH GUENTHER 

Vice-President LEE FREEIAND 

Secretary MARGARET THOMAS 

Treasurer JOHN THOMPSON 



Participation in the Southern Regional Conclave of 
American Chemical Society and the Student Affiliate Con- 
vention rounded out the Chemistry Club's field of activity. 

Its ranks are composed of those seriously interested 
in chemistry. 

Social events for the group included a Christmas party 
and the annual banquet. 



JOSEPH GUENTHER 

President 



WADE ANDERSEN 
JEAN ARNOULT 
ROBERT BIEREAU 
EDWARD BOUDREAUX 
GORDON BOUDREAUX 
BARBARA BROUSSARD 



ANTHONY DiMAGGIO 
DARREll DONALDSON 
RAYMOND DUGAS 
TERRENCE FENNER 
LARRY FITZMORRIS 
MICHAEL FEDERICO 



LEE FREELAND 
PHILIP GAILATY 
CEDRIC MONJU 
WILLIAM MEREDITH 
CASSARD MORET 
BARBARA PALM 



RODOLFO QUIJANO 
ROY SCHUTZMAN 
CLAUDE SIMON, JR. 
ALBERT TREPAGNIER 





MichelsoH 
Physics 

Society 

President THOMAS LORIO 

Vice-President WILLIAM SCHULTIS 

Secretary CARL GUDERIAN 

Treasurer RICHARD KANUCH 



Founded in 1941, the Michelson Physics Society assists 
the Physics Department in various projects, among them, 
the annual high school demonstrations. 

The only requirements for membership is sincere in- 
terest in physics and associated sciences. 

Demonstrations, field trips and movies help foster the 
club's purpose. 



THOMAS LORIO 

President 



LOUIS ANDREWS 
CLYDE BERGERON 
CARL BRANS 
JERRY CARROLL 
EDWARD FERRIER 
DONALD GEIER 



PAUL GIBERT 
CARL GUDERIAN 
GERALD KARL 
LOUIS LAVEDAN 
JAMES MENARD 
HARRY MEYER 



JOHN OUSTAIET 
CAROL PFI5TER 
JOSEPH PIAZZA 
JERRY REDMANN 
GEORGE SATTERLEE 
WILLIAM SCHULTIS 



WILLIAM SMITH 
HENRY VOEKEL 
GERALD ST. ROMAIN 









St. Zkomas }{oore 
Caw Club 

President PASCAL CAIOGERO, JR. 

Vice-President GERALD FEDOROFF 

Secretary JOSEPH BERRIGAN, JR. 

Treasurer WILLIAM BARNETT 



Organized in 1933, the St. Thomas More Law Club 
strives to stimulate interest in legal matters among the 
students of the School of Law. 

A Mock Criminal Trial and Freshman Moot Civil 
Trials are sponsored annually by the group. 

Lectures and more socially, beer stags, also go 
under the club's yearly activities. 



PASCAL CALOGERO, JR. 

President 



WILLIAM BARNETT 
JOSEPH BERRIGAN 
MARCUS BROUSSARD 
JAMES CONNICK 
NORRIS FITZMORRIS 



NORMAN FRANCIS 
BENJAMIN JOHNSON 
ALBERT KARRE 
HENRY KEENE 
MAURICE LANDRIEU 



ROBERT MclNTOSH 
HENRY MESTAYER 
MARCEL MEUNIER 
MICHAEL O-KEEFE 
FRANK VARELA 





Pre-Caw 



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President ROBERT TRACY 

Secretary JOSEPH PARK 

Parliamentarian DAN STAPP 



A new club on the campus, the Pre-Law Club, was 
forined as a medium fostering interest in the legal pro- 
fession. It was organized in December and approved by 
the Student Council on the 15th of that month. 



ROBERT TRACY 

President 



PAUL ANTINORI 
JOEL BORRELLO 
MAURICE CLARK 
JACK CIOLINO 
GEORGE FRILOT 



MILTON JENSEN 
JAMES LOCKHART 
JOSEPH PARK 
GILBERT PRUDHOMME 
THOMAS RAYER 



JOHN SALVAGGIO 
GASPER SCHIRO 
MATTHEW SCHOTT 
DANIEL STAPP 
THOMAS TORANTO 



KENNETH URQUHART 
THOMAS WALSHE 
THOMAS WOODS 





Rev. Charles J. Quirk, S.J., noted 
poet, is the moderator of Pegasus 
Poetry Society. 



Pegasus 

Poetry Society 



President RICHARD SMITH 

Vice-President ALTHEA BARLOW 

Secretory-Treasurer BARBARA NIX 



Appreciation of the best in ancient and modern poetry 
and encouragement of creative work among the members 
constitute the aim of Pegasus. 

The group, founded in 1938, meets regularly twice 
a month. Occasionally the club plays host 1o distinguished 
literary men and women. A Christmas cocktail party was 
one of the social activities sponsored by Pegasus. 



RICHARD SMITH 

President 



JOSEPH BERRIGAN 
LEO DUfFY 
ANTHONY LAIA 
WILLIAM LA SALLE 



SYLVIA PROBST 
OLGA SEIFERTH 
KENNETH UROUHART 
LAURENCE VINET 





Society for the 

MvaHcemettt of 
JAanagement 

President MARTIAL WALDO 

Vice-Presidents JAMES FINEGAN 

CAROL BACHECHl 

Secretary VINCA CAREVICH 

Treasurer DICK VAVRICK 



The Loyola Student Chapter of the Society for the 
Advancement of Management was chartered in 1950. Its 
purpose is to forward development of efficiency through 
study and the application of scientific principles and methods 
of management. 

S.A.M. is a national professional society of excutive- 
minded people in industry, commerce, government and edu- 
cation. The Loyola chapter seeks to bring members in con- 
tact with prominent business men of the New Orleans area. 



MARTIAL WALDO 

President 




CAROL BACHECHl 
JOHN BESSOLO 
VINCA CAREVICH 
IIILIAN COHEN 
JAKE Dl MAGGIO 



DONALD DREZ 
MARGUERITE DUB05 
TOMMY OU BOS 
JOHN ECKHOLDT 
JAMES FINEGAN 



ROSALIE PARRINO 
RONALD ROD 
DAN STAPP 
RICHARD VAVRICK 
THOMAS WAIIBIILICH 




American Pharmaceutical 
^Association 



President SAMUEL MAYES 

Vice-President JOHN HITE, JR. 

Secretary FRED SHIEL, JR. 

Treasurer OLA MORGAN 



National Pharmacy Week exhibits, annual campus- 
wide dance, awards to the outstanding pharmacy stu- 
dents and the annual banquet are only a few of the 
organization's yearly activities. 

Founded to promote professional interest in phar- 
macy and stimulate efficiency in its operations, it also 
keeps members abreast of the most recent pharma- 
ceutical developments. 



SAMUEL MAYES 

President 



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Senior members of APhA were guests of Parl<e Davis Home Laboratories in Detroit, Michigan. 




Members prepare materials for J 
ADA Clinic. 



junior iAmeriean 
Dental iAssoelatloH 



President JAMES CASSIDY 

Vice-President DOUGLAS KELLER 

Secretary PAUL BRUNO 

Treasurer WILLIAM HARVEY 



The Junior American Dental Association has become 
the main organ of activity in the School of Dentistry. 

During the past year the organization financed and 
built the Dental Student's Lounge, complete v^ith TV set. 

Participation in Talent Night's skit competition "Back 
the Pock" projects, and several dances rounded out the 
year's activities for the group. 



JAMES CASSIDY 

President 




Fr. Donnelly ctials with Jim Cassidy, president of ttie Jr. ADA in the newly constructed dental lounge. Others in picture are from left to right: James Buatt, Paul Bruno, Harry 
Leveque, and Donald Landry. 




Bdward D, White 
'Debating Society 



President GENE PALMISANO 

Vice-President PEGGY DUCEY 

Secretary HENRY WIRTH 

Treasurer CLARENCE RARESHIDE 



"In order to cultivate a high esteem for, and a deep 
knowledge of the truth, together with the power of 
eloquence with which the truth might be defended, 
through a development of the faculty of discussing with 
fluency and with ease, problems of paramount im- 
portance to the religious, ethical, political and social 
lives of the members, together with any other problem 
in keeping with the same profound purpose, this society 
was founded." 

This is the purpose of the E. D. White Debating 
Society as stated in its charter. This year the varsity 
team debated West Point. 

The Society has been on the Loyola campus for 
29 years and during that time has become one of the 
most distinguished organizations. 



GENE PALMISANO 

President 



JOAN ARNOLD 

CAROL BACHECHI 

RENE BONEE 

MARY AllNE BROUSSEAU 

PETER CAVALIO 

JACK CIOIINO 



MILLARD CLARK 
HALDEN DE HARNE 
ANTHONY DE HARO 
THOMAS DuBOS 
PEGGY DUCEY 
NORRIS FITZMORRIS 



HENRY HAUTOT 

PATRICIA McCarthy 

SAM MICELI 
MARCEILE MONIE 
GENE MURRET 
EDMUND O'BRIEN 



CLARENCE RARESHIDE 
MAHHEW SCHOTT 
DAN STAPP 
MADELINE STEGER 
SHIRLEY TRUSTY 
HENRY WIRTH 





Philosophy 
eiub 



President BETTY TALBOT 

Vice-President ANGELA BRADY 



"The Dialogues of Plato" was the subject selected 
for study by the Philosophy Club during the year 1953- 
1954. The organization is estoblished to provide stu- 
dents with an opportunity to study and discuss philo- 
sophical works OS on extra-curricular activity. 

The members also attend Mass and receive Com- 
munion in a body on various occasions. 



BETTY TALBOT 

President 



ELISABETH AINSWORTH 
MARY BARTHOLOMEW 
JOSEPH BERRIGAN 
ANGELA BRADY 
HENRY BURCH 



PEG6Y DUCEY 
ODESSA ELSTON 
JOAN GRAVOIS 
RUSSELL GUERIN 
lYDIA LaROSE 



PAT McCarthy 

GENE MURRET 
JOHN PAISANT 
GENE PALMISANO 
TED PFISTER 



CLARENCE RARESHIDE 
DENNIS ROUSSEAU 
JANE SUHOR 
HENRY WIRTH 





HENRY BARRACO 
lOUIS BARRECA 
JOHN BOURGEOIS 
KIRBY BONNETTE 
JAMES BOYD 
RICHARD CAMPO 
ANNA COPPONEX 



ANTHONY DiMAGGIO 
JAMES FINEGAN 
CHARLES HAUSKNECHT 
CARL HELMERS 
BEHY JOHNSTON 
THERESA KELLY 
WANDA LARIS 



CHARLES McDonald 

EDWARD MERRITT 
MOTT PALMER 
LOUIS PENOARVIS 
CURTIS ROME 
MICHAEL SIEVER5 
CHARLES SUHOR 



JERRY ST. ROMAIN 
HENRY VOEKEL 
PATRICIA WARREN 
CLIFFORD WIEGAND 



University 
Mand 



President GEORGE BISCHOFF 

Vice-President MOTT PALMER 

Secretary CLIFFORD WIEGAND 

Treasurer CHARLES SUHOR 



Whatever the time, wherever the place, and Loyo- 
lans are together, the Concert Band will be found pro- 
viding the harmony. 

Talent Night, Graduation Exercises, basketball games, 
and campus concerts, can be chalked up as a few of this 
organization's yearly activities. 

The purpose of the organization is to promote a 
general interest in music, to offer students an opportu- 
nity for the development of musical ability, to render ser- 
vices to University functions, and to advertise, publicize 
and broaden interest in the College of Music. 



GEORGE BISCHOFF 

President 




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University 

Chorus 



President LORRAINE NEWSHAM 

Secretary CLAUDE BOUDREAUX 

Treasurer ANNA COPPONEX 



Chorus carols at Christmas 
time. 



CELIA ASCOUGH 
EVELYN BAGNETTO 
CLAUDE BOUDREAUX 
GERTRUDE BRADEN 
LIOYD CELENTANO 
ANNA COPPONEX 



BESSIE CORSO 
JOHN ENDERS 
CATHY GEGENHEIMER 
WILLIAM HARRIGAN 
CARL HELLMERS 
BETTY JOHNSTON 



THERESA KELLY 
GERALD KIMBLE 
WILSON KREBS 
WANDA LARIS 
GEORGE LEBEUF 
IRLEE LECLERE 



CHARLES McDonald 

MARY MURPHY 
SARAH NAMI 
FRANCES OXAMPO 
LOUIS PENDARVIS 
NEDRA REED 



CURTIS ROME 
lEE SENS 
MICHAEL SIEVERS 
ROSE SPADARO 
DAVID WEST 
CLIFFORD WIEGAND 




LORRAINE NEWSHAM 

President 



The Loyola Chorus was organized for a double pur- 
pose. The first was an opportunity to students to sing 
as members of a group under a competent director. The 
second was to provide University functions with vocal 
music. 





C. Victor Vignes 
Odontological Society 



President JAMES CASSIDY 

Vice-President JUSTEIL MELANCON 

Secretary HAROLD BEEBE 

Treasurer MAURICE BRETT 



An honorary dental society, C. Victor Vignes Odon- 
tological Society, was founded for the purpose of fur- 
thering the interest and knowledge of its members in 
the science of dentistry. 

The society is open to seniors, juniors end sopho- 
mores. Scholarship above the average and ambition to 
excel are required for membership. 



JAMES CASSIDY 



HAROID BEEBE 
JOHN BERNEY 
MAURICE BRETT 
JAMES BUATT 
ROBERT BURKE 



ROBERT CHARBONNET 
ROBERT HESSE 
JUSTEIL MELANCON 
CHARLES MOIBERT 
WALLACE NICAUD 



EWELL STEVENS 
HUEY STEVENS 
WILLIAM TOLER 
ROBERT VAN HOOK 




Mayor Morrison presents Certifi- 
cates of Merit to Fr, Donnelly 
and Tom Walshe. 




htematioHal 

KelatioHS Club 



President THOMAS WALSHE, JR. 

Vice-President MICHAEL O'CONNOR 

Secretary JOHN SALVAGGIO 

Treasurer RONALD ROD 



On the campus only two years, this infant organiza- 
tion, which offers to its members a better understanding 
of the international difficulties of the day, has proved 
itself a valuable asset to University and students. 

The group sponsored various lectures by notable 
persons well versed in the international situation. Sev- 
eral members attended the International Relations Clubs 
convention in New York City in April. 



THOMAS WALSHE, JR. 

President 



PATRICK BREEDEN 
LEONICA BOUDREAUX 
VINCA CAREVICH 
BERNARD COX 
SYIVIA DAVID 



GLORIA DeBRAM 
MARGUERITE DuBOS 
LEO DUFFY 
MARIANNE HEBERT 
HARRY MEYER 



JOAN MEYER 
MICHAEL O'CONNOR 
ROSIE PARRINO 
DIANNE ROBICHAUX 
RONALD ROD 



JOHN SALVAGGIO 
BOB TRACY 
JACK WESTHOLZ 
THOMAS WOODS 







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Director MIKE O'CONNOR 

Board of Governors lEO DUFFY 

JANE SUHOR 
Treasurer HAROLD WESTHOLZ 



JOAN ARNOLD 
MARY ARROYO 
PAT BREEDEN 
lOIS BURG 
GERALD CHOPPIN 
DONNELL DODD 



KATHLEEN DOWLING 
LEO DUFFY 
TIMMIE DUVIC 
CLAIRE FAVROT 
TOM FINNEY 
PAT GAILLARD 



JOAN 6AULENE 
OTTO GOESSL 
HENRY HAUTOT 
GARY HYMEL 
DAVID JUNG 
JOE KAISER 



PEACHIE KER5H 
JOY LANDRY 
lYDIA LaROSE 
ELAINE LINDSEY 
EVANGELINE MOLERO 
CAROL OLIVIER 



SHIRLEY STOMA 
JANE SUHOR 
PINKY VIDACOVICH 
JACK WESTHOLZ 
TOOTSIE WILLIAMS 



Reorganized this year, the "30" club, whose name 
in journahstic lingo means "the end," is the first word 
in providing the campus journalists with social activity. 

It also serves as a medium between the student 
and newspaper people. Membership is open to all 
journalism majors and members of the two student 
publication staffs, the Maroon and Wolf. 



MIKE O'CONNOR 

Director 





Zoyola Veterans 

MsociatioH 



President JOSEPH NIELSEN 

Vice-President CHARLES FUSS, JR. 

Secretary-Treasurer WILSON KREBS 



The influx of ex-service personnel on the campus gave 
rise to the organization of this club. The group helps in 
the rehabilitation of incoming vets. Yearly activities consist 
of dances and other social functions for members and the 
student body. 



JOSEPH NIELSEN 

President 



MILTON AUCOIN 
PAT BENNET 
LOUIS CASEBONNE 
RICHARD CELANTANO 
MICHAEL DONLON 



DON FAUST 
CHARLES FUSS 
GENE FRISCHERTZ 
WILSON KREBS 
JOHN MALONEY 



ROBERT MUSSO 
HAROLD PILCHER 
RAY PINNER 
JAMES SERPAS 
PROSPER SICK 



JOHN STEVENS 
RICHARD TODT 
ROLAND TURNER 
ARTHUR VEGA 




President Jake DiMaggio poses 
with hosts aboard "The Good 
Neighbor" before members of 
the Propel lor Club tour the har- 
bor. 




Propeller 



Club 



President JAKE DiMAGGIO 

Vice-President JAMES DOODY 

Secretary MARGARET BRIGNAC 

Treasurer BETTY HANFORD 



Through active participation \r\ all events that concern 
New Orleans international trade, this club has continually 
offered to students a means of contact, social as well as 
business, with the men connected with the port. 

The organization was founded for the purpose of help- 
ing students interested in shipping, export and import, the 
opportunity of meeting men who know that field. 

Participation in the Mississippi Valley World Trade Con- 
ference, Pan American Day celebration, sponsorship of Na- 
tional Maritime Week on the campus and boot tours on 
the river and lake made up a few of the year's activities. 



JAKE DiMAGGIO 

President 



JACK AIUVAIASIT 
JOSEFINA ALONZO 
JOHN BESSOIO 
FORREST BETHAY 
BEN BRIDGEMAN 
MARGARET BRIGNAC 



RICHARD CAMPO 
VINCA CAREVICH 
LILLIAN COHEN 
JOSEPH CONNOLLY 
BOB CROCHET 
BARBARA DANIELS 



JOAN DANNER 
MICHAEL DONLON 
JAMES DOODY 
MARGUERITE DUBOS 
JOHN ECKHOLDT 
HENRY EI5ERLOH 



DONALD FAUST 
HAROLD GRISAMORE 
DONALD HAMLIN 
BETTY HANFORD 
FREDERICK HOLLAND 
CHARLES JEANFREAU 





ARTHUR KEENAN 
ElEANORE KENT 
lAWTON lAZENBY 
GERAID LYTTLE 
lURUNE LEFTWICH 
RAYMOND lAMY 



EMILE lOUSTAUNAU 
GERALD MC GILL 
LOUISE MAKOFSKY 
ROGER MANFRE 
HOWARD MENDELSON 
MARCELLE MONIE 



ELIZABETH MOORE 
HENRY NEYREY 
MIKE O'CONNOR 
JOHN PRIEUR 
JAMES OUAID 
HAROLD QUINIIVAN 



DONALD SEGHERS 
MARILYN SHAMBRA 
CHARLES UNGER 
MARTIAL WALDO 
ROBERT WAILBILLICH 
THOMAS WALLBILIICH 



Propeller Club members touring the harbor. Firsf Row: Maggie Brignac, Elizabeth Moore, Lillian Cohen, Louise Makofsky, Marguerite Dubos, Marilyn 
Shambra, Fiti Alonso, Vinca Carevich, Elizabeth Hanford. Second Row: Henry Neyrey, Charles Jeanfreau, Mario Velasquez, Mario Steinvorth, Gerald 
Lyttle, Jim Doody, Jake DiMaggio, John Prieur, Clarence Gonzales, and Mr. Kennedy. 




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JCoyola 

Zhespms 



President KENNETH OFFAN 

Vice-President TED PFISTER 

Secretary MARY ANN BARTHOLOMEW 

Treasurer MELVIN GRAZIANO 



Thespians opened the season this year with Shakes- 
peare's "Merchant of Venice." The next production was 
Wilder's "Our Town" with Beth Ann Rebaudo, Ted Pfister, 
and George Hoag in the leading roles. 

During Holy Week, "Pilate," written and directed by 
Leo C. Zinser, was presented for the third consecutive year. 
Don Barnett played the title role. 

The Junior Thespians, a group of freshmen who are also 
members of Thespians, put on their own production of "Nine 
Girls," directed by Melvin Graziano. 



KENNETH OFFAN 

President 



ELIZABETH AJNSWORTH 

ARGIE ALVAREZ 

MARY ARROYO 

MARY ANN BARTHOLOMEW 

CLYDE BERGERON 

CLAUDE BOUDREAUX 

ANTHONY BROCATO 



MARY JANE BRODRICK 
BARBARA BROUSSARD 
VINCA CAREVICH 
ANNA COPPONEX 
BESSIE MARIE CORSO 
RICHARD CELANTANO 
GLORIA DE BRAM 



DONNELL DODD 
KATHLEEN DOWLING 
MARGUERITE DUBOS 
LEO DUFFY 
JOSEPH EXNICIOS 
PATRICK FARLEY 
BILL FINEGAN 



LEE FREELAND 
DOROTHY GATELY 
JOAN GRAVOIS 
MELVIN GRAZIANO 
JOY HAYDEL 
CAROL HEDGES 
GEORGE HOAG 










BILLIE HOVER 
ALBERT HUDDIESTON 
MILTON JENSEN 
ELIZABETH KERSH 
WALTER KOLLIN 
DOMINICK LALA 
LYDIA LA ROSE 



BILL LA SALLE 
TESSIE LOPEZ 
EMILE LOUSTAUNAU 
MARIE MEHRTENS 
JOAN MEYER 
MYRA MONAHAN 
MARCELIE MONIE 



MARY MUMME 
EDMUND O'BRIEN 
MICHAEL O'CONNOR 
CAROL OLIVIER 
GENE PALMISANO 
TED PFISTER 
RAY PINNER 



CLARENCE RARESHIDE 
BETH ANN REBAUDO 
CLAUDE RICHE 
ROSEMARY SHEPARD 
RICHARD SMITH 
MADELINE STEGER 
JOEL STEPHENS 



SHIRLEY STOMA 
ANN TOURNIER 
DICK VAVRICK 
IRVINE VIDACOVICH 
MARGARET WILLIAMS 
TERESITA WILLIAMS 
HENRY WIRTH 





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JUDY ABADIE 
AMELIA ABBENANTE 
LORRAINE ACHEE 
JOAN ARNOLD 
BEATRICE BADGER 
MARILYN BARBERA 
lONE BORDES 



JOANNE CACIOPPO 
ROSEMARY CARROLL 
JEAN CHASSAIGNAC 
FRANCES COLEMAN 
IRIS COSTE 
BEVERLY CRAIG 
BEHY DELERNO 



VILMA DElGADIllO 
PATSY FELSHER 
ROSA FLORA 
GAYLE FONTANA 
DIANNE GISCLAIR 
MARIA GUBERT 
MARIE GUERIN 



EODA HAAS 
JACKIE HATREl 
ELIZABETH HAVENS 
FRANCES HEBERT 
BETTY HENDERSON 
ELEONORE HOUSEY 
LOIS ISERT 



JACKIE KEIFFER 
SYLVIA KLEIN 
KAYLIE KOCHANSKY 
MARY KRIEL 



President GWENDOLYN CRESSY 

Vice-President VILAAA DELGADILLO 

Secretary BARBARA SANCHEZ 

Treasurer CARMEN MONJURE 



To achieve social, intellectual and spiritual unity 
among the Med Techs of Loyola is the purpose of this 
club. 

Founded in 1935, the group sponsors an annual 
Christmas party for members, faculty and families, and 
a spring formal. 



GWENDOLYN CRESSY 

President 






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MIDA MICHELL 
MARGIE MODICA 
CARMEN MONJURE 
KAY PAGE 
BARBARA PAIM 
DOLORES PATRON 
NOEL PENEDO 



MADELINE PERE 
JOAN PERRIER 
PHYLLIS PITTMAN 
PAT POCHE 
JAMES POTIN 
LEARAYE RICHARD 
MARLENE RUCKERT 



CAROLYN SALVATORE 
BARBARA SANCHEZ 
MILAGROS SANTIAGO 
SUE SCHIRO 
OLGA SEIFERTH 
GAIL SIERRA 
PATSY STEPHENS 



BETH TETLOW 
ANN TOURNIER 
HELEN TRELLES 
FRANCES WAGNON 
MARGIE WARNER 
SONIA WEINBERGER 
JOY WELLS 



MARY JANE WILLIAMS 
JANET WOOTEN 
MARILYN ZEN6EL 
PAT ZIBIIICH 



Med Tech "get acquainted" party 




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President MARIO VELASQUEZ 

Vice-President EDDIE BOPP 

Secretary VINCA CAREVICH 

Treasurer MARIO STEINVORTH 



Mario Velasquez addresses student 
body during Pan-American Day 
celebration. 




The club was started v/ith the purpose of fostering bet- 
ter understanding between Latin-American and North-Ameri- 
can students on the campus and off the campus. 

The group sponsors various activities among which is 
the annual Pan American dance and the annual Pan Ameri- 
can Week. Tours and lectures are also high on the list of ac- 
tivities. 

Although comparatively young, the club has grown 
steadily each year. 



MARIO VELASQUiZ 

President 



JOSEFINA ALONSO 
JACK AIUVALASIT 
CARLOS AYAIA 
CAROL BACHECHI 
LUZ BARJUM 
LOUIS BARRECA 
EDDIE BOPP 



GLORIA DE BRAM 
E. BRAVO-OTERO 
HENRY BURCH 
ALLEN BURNS 
VINCA CAREVICH 
ROBERT CLARK 
LAURA COMISKEY 



ROBERT CROCHET 
JOAN DANNER 
JIM DOODY 
MARGUERITE DUBOS 
JOHN ECKHOIDT 
JACKIE FERRO 
RUTLAND GUERIN 



REGGIE HENDRY 
CHARLES JEANFREAU 
MARILYN JOHNSON 
ARTHUR KEENAN 
JOYCE LA BORDE 
SUE LAGATTUTTA 
NEVILLE LANDRY 




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CHARLES UN6ER 
MARGARET WILLIAMS 
TERESITA WILLIAMS 



TESSIE LOPEZ 
GERRY LYTTLE 
MIMI MACHIN 
JERRY MC GILL 
LOUISE MAKOFSKY 
AlVARO MARIN 
JALNA MOAK 



EVANGELINE MOLERO 
ELIZABETH MOORE 
RAFAEL MORELL 
O. MUNOZ-NOYA 
JOSEPH NIELSEN 
JOHN PAISANT 
JOHN PAOUETTE 



ROSIE PARRINO 
RODOLFO QUIJANO 
BRIAN REEL 
MARILYN SHAMBRA 
MARIO STEINVORTH 
SHIRLEY STOMA 
THEODORE TUMINELLO 




Entertainment for the Cultural Hour was provided by Jimmy Messina 
and Charlie Clark. 



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Zhe Philadstai 

of jCoyola 



President MRS. E. OTTO BARRE 

Vice-President MRS. H. HARTMAN 

Secretary MRS. E. J. JACQUES 

Treasurer MRS. JAMES McNAMARA 



Promotion of active interest in scholastic and extra-cur- 
ricular activities of the students of Loyola and the general wel- 
fare of the university is the purpose of the Philaristai, Loyola's 
Mothers Club, 

It provides annually two part-time scholarships to needy 
students, sponsors a Day of Recollection and aids in the financ- 
ing of University projects. 



MRS. E. OTTO BARRE 

President 



THE PHIIARISTI 




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Uumni Officers 
eated: Mr. Mouledoux and Mrs. 
^elleher. Standing: Mr. Staub 
nd Dr. Levy. 



tAlumul 



Association 



President WARREN MOULEDOUX 

Vice-President DR. EDWARD LEVY 

Secretary MRS. R. KELLEHER 

Treasurer RAYMOND STAUB 



The Alumni Association endeavors to foster a spirit of 
union, cooperation, and fellowship between its members and 
the University. In this way, it hopes to provide a zealous 
group of graduates to promote the welfare, the growth and 
the interest of Loyola. 

Among the activities of the year were the quarterly 
Mass and Communion, the Homecoming Celebration and the 
cocktail party for the graduating class. 



WARREN MOULEDOUX 

President 




Future loyolans attend Alumni baby party. 




J^ational federation of 
Catholic College Students 



Senior Delegate MAURICE LANDRIEU 

Junior Delegate GERALD CHOPPIN 



The Notional Federation of Catholic College Stu- 
dents seeks to unite the student bodies of the Catholic 
colleges and universities of the United States for their 
mutual benefit and to promote Catholic Action through 
campus organizations. 

The NFCCS formed the Southeastern Region affiliate 
in 1948. Their main activities consisted of "Brotherhood" 
speeches given at the city's high schools and finally In- 
terracial Day on the Loyola Campus. 



MAURICE LANDRIEU 

Senior Delegate 




Interracial Day plans in the making 





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Students in procession to Mass of the Holy Ghost. 



Raising money for the Ceylon Missions. 



Fr. Aleman and Fr. Ray discuss Sodality plans with Fr. Paulussen. 



Bob Hesse, prefect of St. Appolonia Sodality recruits new members. 





Members of St. Cecilia Sodality getting ready to play for Sodality 
dance. 



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Cittle Slower Sodality 



Prefect 



BETTY TAIBOT Vice-Prefect 

Secretary-Treasurer CATHERINE TUMINELLO 



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FIRST ROW: Jean Arnoult, Marilyn Arnoutt, Mary Arroyo, Mary Ann Bartholomew, Nolareen Binet, Angela Brady, Mary Jane Brodrick and Aline Brousseau. 
SECOND ROW: Lois Burg, Jane Deas, Odessa Elston, Mary Carmen Estrada, Jerelyn Glas, Evelyn Golden, Frances Hecker and Elizabeth Kersh. 
THIRD ROW: Joyce LaBorde, Joy Landry, Pat Lanusse, Elaine Lindsey, Mimi Machin, Jalna Moak, Evangeline Molero and Martha Mongeau. 
FOURTH ROW: Ann Monti, Margaret Monvoisrn, Betsy Prados, Sylvia Probst, Beth Ann Rebaudo, Ann Smith, Joel Stephens and Shirley Stoma. 
FIFTH ROW: Jane Suhor, Betty Talbot, Catherine Tuminello, Dot Watkins, Lucille Weyman, Teresita Williams and Isma Zelenka. 



SL Cecilia Sodality 



Prefect 



PAT HARRIGAN Vice-Prefect 

Secretary-Treasurer JOHN BOURGEOIS 



GEORGE BISCHOFF 




FIRST ROW: Lloyd Celentano, Pat Harrigan, Carl Hellners, George Lebeuf, Curtis Rome and Lee Sens. 

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St, ^loijslus Sodality 



Prefect RAY LAMY 

Vice-Prefect ROBERT CHANEY 



Secretary BEN BRIDGEMAN 

Treasurer AL DANNIEL 




FIRST ROW: Jack Aiuvalasit, Jack Bessolo, Don Boudreaux, Ben Bridgeman, Henry Burch, Robert Chaney, Joe Connolly and Bob Crochet, 

SECOND ROW: Robert Dargle, Al Danniel, Mike Donlon, Tom DuBos, John Eckholdt, Don Faust, Robert Frank and Marcel Garsaud. 

THIRD ROW: Ken Gelpi, Rutland Guerin, Melvin Graziano, Ronald Gregory, Art Keenan, Ray Lamy, A. J. LaNasa and Paul Leech. 

FOURTH ROW: Frank Lorentino, Roger Manfre, Howard Mendelson, Henry Neyrey, John Paquette, Martin Pilie, John Prieur and Paul Rutledge. 

FIFTH ROW: John Spansel, Ted Tuminello, Charles Unger and Bob Wallbillich. 



Our Cadtf of the Wayside Sodality 



Prefect 



BESSIE MARIE CORSO Vice-Prefect 

Secretary SARA NAMI 



ANNA COPPONEX 






FIRST ROW: Celia Ascough, Anna Copponex, Bessie Marie Corso, Catherine Gegienhiemer, Betty Johnston, Theresa Kelly, Wanda Laris and Sara Nami. 



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Our jCady of Quadalupe Sodality 

Prefect CAROL BACHECHI Secretary MARY EllEN WARD 

Vice-Prefect BARBARA JAS Treasurer ROSALIE PARRINO 



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FIRST ROW: Carol Bachechi, Maggie Brignac, Vinca Carevich, Marguerite Dubos, Betty Han ford, Marlene Harris, Barbara Jas and Marilyn Johnson, 
SECOND ROW: Louise Makofsky, Marcelle Monie, Betty Moore, Lois Najolia, Rosalie Parrino, Jean Riviere, Marilyn Schambra and Mary Ellen Ward. 



Our jCady of Jatima Sodality 



Prefect FRANCES HEBERT 

Vice-Prefect JANET WOOTEN 



Secretary PAT ZIBILICH 

Treasurer CARMEN MONJURE 




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FIRST ROW: Amelia Abbonanle, Joan Arnold, Beatrice Badger, AAarilyn Barbera. lone Bordes and Jean Chassaignac. 
SECOND ROW: Jackie Hatrel, Frances Heberl, Maureen McGinn, Mida Michell, Carmen Moniure and Barbara Palm. 
THIRD ROW: Joan Perrier, Learay Richard, Gail Sierra, Frances Wagnon, Janet Wooten and Pat Zibilich. 



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St. Zkomas ^A(jums Sodality 

P'^efect GEORGE SATTERLEE Secretary FRANK MORRIS 

Vice-Prefect CHARLES WELSH Treasurer KENNETH URQUHART 

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FIRST ROW: Austin Balser, William Dawes, Donald Geter, David Holmes, Gerard Karl, Ronald Levy, Harry Meyer and George Satterlee. 

SECOND ROW: Charles Suhor, Kenneth Urquhart, Larry Vinet, James Vaccarella, Pinky Vidacovich, Jack Westholz, Charles Welsh and Clarence Zimmerman 






St. ffokn Berchman Sodality 



Prefect 



CLAUDE RICHE Vice-Prefect 

Secretary-Treasurer OLA MORGAN 



ERVIN DECUIR 




FIRST ROW: Geraldine Biundo, AAelvin Bourgeois, James Colligan, Ervin DeCuir, Yvonne Deitrich and Bill Drago. 
SECOND ROW: Robert Drouilhef, Jose Flores, linda Garcia, Donald Hesse, Carmella Hinojosa and Miriam Kather. 
THIRD ROW: Henry Maggie, Ola Morgan, Lhea Ory, David Scatly, Claude Riche and James Serpas. 



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St. iAppolonia Sodality 



Prefect ROBERT HESSE 



Secretary 



Vice-Prefect 



JOHN REESE 



ALEX ACEVEDO 




FIRST ROW: Alex Acevedo, Paul Bruno, James Cassidy, Robert Charbonnet, Charles Crooke, Victor Della-Giustina, Thomas Flaherty and Russell Grandich. 
SECOND ROW; Robert Hesse, Bernard Hollier, Vincent Leggio, Harry Leveque, Vincent Liberto, Clarence Lorio, Maurice Manuel and Paul Melancon. 
THIRD ROW: Philip Payne, John Park, John Reese, William Toler, Cornelius Voorhies and William Walsh. 



St. Jves Sodality 



Prefect HENRY MESTAYER 

Vice-Prefect ROLAND MESTAYER 



Secretary ALBERT KARRE 

Treasurer GORDON HARTMAN 




FIRST ROW: Joseph Barreca, Joseph Berrigan, Patrick Breeden, Pascal Calogero, James Connick, Ronald Courtney, Gordon Hartman and Albert Karr( 
SECOND ROW: Maurice Landrieu, Henry Mestayer, John Olivier, Harold Savoie and Gerald Stewart. 










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Zke Loyola Marooft 




GARY HYMEL 

Fall Sports Editor 



JOEL STEPHENS 

National Advertising Manager 



ED FRrCKE 

Moderator 



MARILYN JOHNSON and EVANGELINE MOLERO 

Local Advertising Managers 



JOE NIELSEN 

Business Manager 





Fall Semester Make-Up Editor, Joe Kaiser. Spring Semester News Edit( 
Tootsie Williams. 




Zhe 
Maroon Staff 




Fall Semester Campus Editor, Jack Westholz and Society Editor, Shirley 
Stoma. 



Spring Semester Assistant Sports Editor, Buddy Diliberto and Sports Editor, 
Ed laporte, Jr. 




Spring Semester Feature Editor, Tessie Lopez; Desk Editor, John Nicosia 
and Society Editor, Joan Gaulene. 



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Top right: The Maroon "City Desk." 

Bottom right: Eager Fresh join the Maroon Staff 



MAROON REPORTERS 

FIRST ROW, left to right: Mary Aitken, Joan Arnold, Mary Arroyo, Don Barnett, Ralph Barnetl, Lois Burg, and Vinca Carevich. 

SECOND ROW, left to right: Donneil Dodd, Kathleen Dowling, Marguerite Dubos, Tom Finney, Otto GoessI, Susie Hanemann, and David Jung. 

THIRD ROW, left to right: Elizabeth Kersh, Claire Favrof, Lydia LaRose, Elaine Lindsey, Pat McGraw, Margaret Monvoisin, and David Moreau. 

FOURTH ROW, left to right: Mike O'Connor, Carol Olivier, John Paquette, Joan Perrier, Betsie Prados, Beth Ann Rebaudo, and Clyde Russell. 





Zke Student 

Directory 



Editor RICHARD COISON 

Business Manager ALBERT TREPAGNIER 



The Student Directory was first published by a Sopho- 
more Dental student, Harvey Poret. The Sodality Co-opera- 
tive Union assumed the responsibility of publication in 1939. 
Alpha Pi Omicron edited the Directory for the Union in 
1942. The Directory was not published In 1943 because 
of the war. With the assistance of Sigma Alpha Kappa in 
1944, A. P.O. published its first Directory. The following 
year the book was entirely the work of A. P.O. and has 
been such since that time. This, the seventeenth editon of 
the Loyola Student Directory, represents publication under the 
administrations of five University presidents. It symbolizes 
the spirit of A. P.O.— "to serve the University through 
love, loyalty, leadership and generosity." 



AlBERT TREPAGNIER 

Business Mgr. 



Father Donnelly receives his copy 





Don't shove! There's one for everyone. 



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JOAN DANNER 

Business Manoger 




Bill Dawes, Mary Ann Bartholomew, Bessie Corso, John Berney, Joy Landry, Betty 

Hanford, Betsie Prados, and Bob Reso sign to have their pictures taken while Crystal 
Seeber and Evangeline Molero check their cards. 



Wolf heads. Jack Westholz, Joan Danner, Fr. John Toomey, Evangeline Molero, and 
Jim Finegan stop to pose for a picture during the much enjoyed Wolf Banquet. 






Dick Vavrick, Jim Finegan, Sports Editor, and Bill Finegan. 



Mary Ellen Ward, Fraternity Editor; Joel Stephens, Introduction Editor; Pat DeCuir, 
Organizations Editor. 




Fr. Toomey, Moderator, and Russ Cresson, University Photo- 
grapher. 



Austin Balser, R.O.T.C. Editor, and Scoopie Mongeau, Class 
Editor. 



Marilyn Johnson, Marguerite Dubos, Government Editor; Vinca Carevich, Publications 
Editor. 



Shirley Stoma, Snapshot Editor; Tsssie Lopez. Feature Editor; Toots ie Williams, Art 
Editor. 




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Xr Eveirbolden, Sodali-V Ed.or 



Emile Loustaunau, 



Exchange 



TOP: Staff members were too busy eating and talking to notice the photographer, 
BOTTOM: Staff members, Madeline Duvic, Clyde St. Remain, and Mary Jane 
Brodrick, 




STAFF MEMBERS 

FIRST ROW: Tena Arcana, Sammy Barker, Ben Bridgeman, Dennis Bucher, Elsie Castro, and Robert Chaney. 
SECOND ROW: Patricia Gaillard, Joan Gaulene, Jerelyn Gtas, Joe Kaiser, Marie Larrain, and Elaine Lindsey. 
THIRD ROW: Bob Reso, Crystal Seeber, Rosemary Shepard, Harold Strain, Pinky Vidacovich, and Bob Wallbillich, 





pencil 



freeze 



Editor WILLIAM JARRELL 



The Bench Breeze, a fairly new campus publication, 
was first published in the summer of 1952 by the 
students of the Dental School. This informal sheet 
gives a variety of jokes, cartoons and information con- 
cerning dental activities. The Bench Breeze appears 
on the campus bi-monthly. 



WILLIAM JARRELL 

Editor 



FIRST ROW: James Cassidy, Paul Bruno, Vincent Lagattuta, and Winthrop McGraw. 
SECOND ROW: Tom O'Flanagan, Richard Powell, James Price, and William Toler. 





FRED SHIEL 

Editor 



Jay Cowl, Brent McArthur, and David Norman. 




Pharmacy 
journal 



Editor FRED SHIEL 

Assistant Editor DAVID NORMAN 

Associate Editor BRENT McARTHUR 

Business Manager JAY COWL 



Founded in April, 1936, the Pharmacy Journal pub- 
lishes Alumni news items, general information of interest 
to both pharmacists and future pharmacists. The Journal 
was continuously published three times a year until June, 
1951, when the publication was discontinued because of 
the accelerated program. The Journal mode its comeback 
to the campus April last, thanks to the efforts of the 
faculty and students on the editorial staff. 




PASCAL CAIOGERO 

Editor-in-Chief 



The Loyola Law Review inaugurated during the 1940-41 
scholastic year affords opportunities to upperclossmen for legal 
research and creative writing in the law field. This review is 
published at the end of each academic year by a Student 
Editorial Board. The membership of the Board consists of a 
group of Law School honor students. 



jCaw Review 



Editor-in-Chief PASCAL CALOGERO 

Comment Editor . MAURICE LANDRIEU 

Recent Cose Editor HENRY KEENE 

Book Review Editor WILLIAM BARNETT 



FIRST ROW: William Barnett, Joseph Berrigan, Marcus Broussard, and Henry Keen 
SECOND ROW: Maurice Landrieu, Prof. McAulay, Faculty Advisor, Webster Simoneaux, ar 
Frank Varela. 



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K.o.z.e. 




LT. COLONEL LUTHER C. BARTH 
CAPTAIN CLARKE L. SHUMAKER 




Keserue 
Officers 




MAJOR ROBERT J. KRIWANEK 




The reviewing stand. 
CAPTAIN JAMES D. TYNAN 




lEFT TO RIGHT: SFC Hubert Rapp, Sgt. William Reuss, Sgt. Orvel Nelson, M/Sgt. Russel Eberhart, SFC Clar- 
ence Lanhan, SFC Lloyd Delahorne and M/Sgt, Martin Tynsdale. 




MAJOR ROBERT GOGGANS 





Zraining 

Corps. 




Cadet Colonel Bridgeman inspects the troops with General 
Weckerling. 



Cadet Colonel AAialaret escorts Miss Evangeline Molero, Hon- 
orary Cadet Colonel. 




JULES MIALARET 

Cadet Colonel 
Fall Semester 

REGIMENTAL STAFF-Fall Semester: J. De Salvo, J. Mialaret, 
B. Bridgeman, and M. Garsaud. 



EVANGELINE MOLERO 

Honorary Cadet Colonel 



BERNARD BRIDGEMAN 

Cadet Colonel 
Spring Semester 



REGIMENTAL STAFF— Spring Semester: R. Redmann, T. Blount, 
AA. Landrieu, B. Bridgeman, M. Clark, J. Kaiser, and R. Wall- 
ballich. 




Tirst MtalioH 




JOAN GRAVOIS 

Honorary Cadet 
Lieutenant Colonel 



FALL SEMESTER— First Battalion Officers: R. Redmann, R. Courtney, M. Landrieu, G. 
Hymel, and C. Welsh. 

SPRING SEMESTER-First Battalion Officers: I. VIdacovich, J. Doody, P. Butler, and 
D. Garvey. 





Second Mtalion 




ELIZABETH HANFORD 

Honorary Cadet 
Lieutenant Colonel 



FAIL SEMESTER-Second Battalion Officers: A. Cufrera, B, McGinty, AA. O'Keefe, and 
H. Burch. 

SPRING SEMESTER-Second Battalion Officers: A. Cutrera, H. Burch, T. Nelson, and 
A. Ernst. 



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Company J, 




MARY ANN BARTHOLOMEW 

Honorary Cadet Major 



TOP: Pass in review. 

BOTTOM: ROTC Band. 

FIRST ROW: Lebeuf, Bischoff, and Rod. 

SECOND ROW: de Haro, Morgan, Cart, Sonnier, and Hellmers. 

THIRD ROW: Pendarvis, Bourgeois, McDonald, Fiala, and Le Blanc. 

FOURTH ROW: Dugas, Di Maggio, Suhor, Lauro, and Kimble. 

FIFTH ROW: Stoebner, Hausknecht, Sievers, St. Romain, and BonnetTe. 



FIRST ROW: Smith, Roussel, Newman, Riche, Reynoir, Barnett, de la Bretonne, Aiuvalasit, Chajvin, Guenther, and Hamlin, 

SECOND ROW: Unger, Barreca, Kelly, Eckholdt, Nicosia, Tuohy, Eiserloh, Ferlita, and Crochet. 

THIRD ROW; Keller, Simon, Gravel, Lorch, Epiing, Scheorich, Choppin, Klein, and Donaldson. 

FOURTH ROW: Steckler, Sacco, de Ben, Comeaox, Hoag, Houssiere, Taggert, Almerico, and Carroll. 

FIFTH ROW: Kitchen, Abadie, Fonlenot, Durr, Borrello, McWhorter, Andersen, Sweeney and Gregory. 

SIXTH ROW: Colson, Tunstali, Rosso, McClure, Anderson, Hanberg, Martinez, White, and Batiansila. 

SEVENTH ROW: Schaubhot, Schweiberger. Quinn, Lore, Sherlock, and Potin. 



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Com patty B 




MMCi ANN HOFFAfVAN 

Honorary Cadet Major 








TOP: Eyes right. 

BOTTOM: Cadet Balser gives Holy Name students a -few pointers on safety. 




FIRST ROW: Bucher, Connolly, Kuebel, Vosbein, Freeland, Piazza, Morris, Lamy, Albright, Raborn, St. Remain, and Tomes. 

SECOND ROW: Cortazzo, Dauphin, Balser, Offan, Baer, Galvin, Palmisano, Wunder, Scopes, Stack, and Hickey. 

THIRD ROW: Gelpi, Brignac, Jourdan, Daigle, Shea, Di Losa, Duffy, Bannon, Ferrier, Stassi, and Fernandez. 

FOURTH ROW: Morlas, Ullrich, Handley, Simon, Harriss, Clark, Bacos, Loustanau, and LaBasse. 

FIFTH ROW: Kramer, Bordes, Meyer, Levy, Barrois, Thompson, Bordelon, St. Angelo, and Espinola. 

SIXTH ROW: McConnell, Lind, Britsch, Fenner, Imbraguglio, Schloegel, Federlco, Moreau, Exnicios, Lockhart, Pizzttola. 

SEVENTH ROW: Giordano, Taulli, Craven, and Newton. 









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Company C 




BARBARA JAS 

Honorary Cadet Major 



TOP: Marching in the Sequicentennial Celebration Parade. 

BOTTOM: The smiling faces of newly commissioned Second Lieutenants. 



FIRST ROW: Varela, Manfre, Rodriguez, Berrigan, Vinet, Abdo, La Nasa, Drez, Zimmermann, Westholz, and Chaney. 

SECOND ROW: Leech, Fernandez, Loupe, Brandau, Conrad, Pender, Lemaire, Heap, LaSalle, and Kronlage, 

THIRD ROW: Meredith, Dolese, Paquette, Ecdes, Berry, Holmes, Allen, Overmeyer, Lagasse, Smith, Gallmann, Finegan, and Carbon. 

FOURTH ROW: Fox, Franchini, Deck, Heap, James, Brans, Simon, Gelpi, Schexnayder, Hendry, and Chimento. 

FIFTH ROW: Meyer, Boudreaux, Piper, Schmitf, Gaudin, Hite, Waskofsky, Bowen, Trower, Hass, Kronlage, and Thompson. 

SIXTH ROW: Blessey, BIckerstaff, Colligan, Abdallah, and Union. 

SEVENTH ROW: Eiffert, Lorio, Farley, Treuting, Lange, Bonaventure, Connick, O'Shaughnessy, Strain, Fontenot, Oustalet, Drouilhet, and Sciara. 




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Company 'D 




JOEL STEPHENS 

Honorary Cadet Major 



TOP: The Regimentals, Finegan, Mettler, Vavrick, 
at R.O.T.C. Bali intermission. 
BOTTOM: Down with Xavier of Ohio. 



Baer, Galvin, and Redmann, entertain 




FIRST ROW: Prieur, Breeden, Simon, Kollin, Smith, G«i«r, Dawes, Graziano, Fitzmorris, LaCoste, and Bessolo. 

SECOND ROW: Menard, Calkins, Mittelbrwin, Morell, R«el, Nelson, Antinori, Woods, and Cherry. 

THIRD ROW: Karl, Luce, Temes, Raymond, Hanley. and Cottingham. 

FOURTH ROW: Fos, Fernandez, Forde, Boudreaux, Schmitt, d'Aquin, Mouton, Hesse, McGee, Petret, O'Donnell, and Boudreaux. 

FIFTH ROW: Connor, Crocchiolo, Sicard, Cavallo, Moore, Rives, and Andrews. 

SIXTH ROW: Dawes, McClure, Turner, Conwill, Spedale, Brouphy, Blereau, Huxen, Martinez, and Schubert. 

SEVENTH ROW: Miranda, Beiaire, Petitfils, Broussard, Lafargue, Marrero, Fin&gan, and Wagener. 




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JANE TREPAGNIER 

Honorary Cadet Captain 



TOP: The Queen Ann's Salute by Linn and Barker. 
BOTTOM: What is the serial number of that "GUN," mister? 



FIRST ROW: Frilot, Barker, Wild, Bennett, Lockhart, Mangiarcino, Linn, Salter lee. Mount, and Tracy. 
SECOND ROW: Fitzmorris, Spansel, Kellerman, Malone, Salvaggio, Davis, Brown, and Schmidt. 
THIRD ROW: Wood, White, De Rouen, Ketchum, Moret, Walshe, and Murphy. 
FOURTH ROW: Berrigan, Caswell, Rome, Salzer, Nebel, Harrigan, and Guidry. 




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Provost Corps 




HENRY BURCH 

Provosf Marshal 



TOP: Provost Corps hosts graduating cadets. 

BOTTOM: Sponsors pin on the newly acquired lieutenant bars. 




FIRST ROW: Burch, Butler, Chauvin, Eckholdt, Unger, Pender, and Palmisano. 

SECOND ROW: Foley, Manfre, Newman, Westenberger, Kaiser, Cutrera, Vidacovich, Kuebel, and Finegan. 

THIRD ROW: Bridgeman, Aiuvalasit, Chaney, Redmann, Lebuef, Lamy, Abdo, Zimmerman, LaNasa, Ernst, and Wagener. 




Klfle and Pistol Club 




JAMES FINEGAN 

President 



TOP: The rifle team lends a hand. 

BOTTOM: Captain Shumaker gives the rifle team a few pointers. 



fIRST ROW: Cutrera, Finegan, Geier, Union, and CapTain Shumaker. 
SECOND ROW: Schweiberger, Luce, Daigle, Ferrier, Balser, and Cavallo. 




MvdHced Cadet 
Association 




ARTHUR J. KAISER 

President 



TOP: Meeting of the advanced cadets. 

BOTTOM: Officers of the Association— Unger, Kaiser, AAestayer, and Balser. 




ADVANCED CADET ASSOCIATION MEMBERS 




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TOM HAGGERTY 



Four years ago, Loyola began its drive towards big- 
time basketball fame. The University officials realized the 
necessity of having one of the best coaches in the country 
if they were to achieve this ambition. They found the 
man they were looking for at another Jesuit school — 
Loyola of Chicago — where Tom Haggerty was head 
mentor. 

It was a long term contract that brought Haggerty to 
Loyola. He came with many fine seasons of coaching 
behind him. He was not expected to turn in a championship 
team in his first year, or in his second one either. However, 
it is pleasant to note that his first two years were winning 
years. 

In his second season, he put pressure on the team by 
pitting it against the better quintets from the North. The 
Dayton Flyers, who were ranked very high nationally that 
year, just barely squeezed by with a win of only four 
points. This was only one of the many games in which 
Coach Haggerty and his boys proved themselves capable 
of taking on the best teams in the nation. 



The 1953 season came and the fans thought that this 
was the year for Loyola to really invade the big-time. 
The Pack, without a home court, won nine out of its first 
ten games. The big games were yet to come. The New 
Year came and the Wolves were getting ready for the 
big LSU contest. Haggerty was not to lead the Pock into 
the fray; he had fallen ill five days before the game. 
"Big Jim" McCafferty took over the reins and led the 
boys to within four points of the highly regarded Tigers. 

"Big Jim" went on to finish the season and take the 
team to the regionals of the NCAA tournament against 
Notre Dame. With a 15-9 record for the year, it looked 
as though the Pack had made the big-time at last. 

Coach Haggerty is no longer at Loyola. However, he 
will always be remembered by everyone as a man who- was 
instrumental in putting Loyola in the position it now enjoys. 

Coach, may we dedicate this to you in grateful appre- 
ciation of what you have done for our Alma Mater; with- 
out you, Loyola might not have entered into big-time 
basketball. 




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ATHLETIC STAFF 




FR. A. C. O'FLYNN, S.J. 

Athletic Director 



With an athletic staff such as the one at Loyola, it is 
easy to see why the teams compiled such gooci records. 

Doing a fine job as director of athletics, Fr. O'Flynn has 
displayed his ability to coordinate the various sports and to 
work with the coaches in producing winning teams for Loyola. 

Because of Coach Tom Haggerty's sudden illness and sub- 
sequent resignation as head basketball coach, "Big Jim" Mc- 
Cafferty was appointed to the head coaching job. The success 
Coach McCafferty achieved hod much to do with the Wolfpack's 
invitation to the NCAA Tournament. He also did a fine job 
as track coach. 

In turning out a baseball team. Coach Jack Orsley again 
proved his coaching skill. 

The athletic staff is commended for its outstanding achieve- 
ments. 








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AWARDS 





Leading hitter, Lee Boudreaux, received the Jack Orsley Award, while Ed Galvin, Ray 
Rocker, and Tony Chimento received the Most Valuable Player Award in basketball, track 
and baseball, respectively. 



Alumni President, Warren Mouledoux, presents Bobby Conrad, team captain, with a 
plaque, while Coach McCafferty and Coach Haggerty stand by to congratulate Conrad. 



. the baseball team 
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Ray Rocker, All-Amerlcan track sensation. 



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RONNIE REYNOIR 

Forward 



BOB O'DONNELL 

Guard 



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BOB HANBERG 

Guard 



ED BAER 

Forward 



WOLVES UPSET HIGHLY FAVORED 
DAYTON FLYERS 78-68 
IN SURPRISE VICTORY 




TOM ROUZAN 

Guard 



RALPH BARNETT 

Guard 



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ERNIE SMITH 

Forward 



ED TUOHY 

Guard 



MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN DOWNED 78-76 
BY LAST SECOND GOAL IN MOST 
EXCITING GAME OF YEAR 




DICK VAVRICK 

Center 



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CHARLIE GALLMANN 

Forward 




DON RODRIGUEZ 

Forward 



BILL CALKINS 

Forward 



JIM STACK 

Forward 



REYNOIR SETS NEW SCORING 
RECORD AS WOLFPACK BEATS 
NORTHEASTERN FROM MONROE,9l-6l 




DON DREZ 

Guard 



BILL SCHWEIBERGER 

Center 



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DICK TREUTING 

Team AAanager and Statistician 



WOLF PACK 



FIRST ROW: Ralph Bamett, Ernie Smith, Bill Calkins, Bob O'Donnell, and Ed Tuohy. 

SECOND ROW; Dick Treuting, Ronnie Reynoir, Don Rodriguez, Jim Stack, Bob Conrad, and Chuck Gallmann 

THIRD ROW: Rev. Anthony O'Flynn, S. J., Tom Rouzan, Ed Galvin, Gus Reynoir, Did. Vavrick, Ed Baer, Bob Hanberg, and Coach McCafferty 




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Up against their first "big" team of the season, 
the Pack overpowered a surprised Detroit quintet, 79-63, 
displaying good form against the Northern team. 

With Coach McCafferty at the reins, because of 
Coach Haggerty's illness and retirement, the Pack took 
on Tampa University and won, 78-57. 

With its newly installed zone defense, a high 
spirited Wolfpock faced the highly favored LSU. Ail- 
American Bob Pettit was held to three field goals and 
a total of 15 points. However, a weak start allowed 
the Tigers to gain a big lead. A great battle and a fine 
exhibition of basketball gave LSU heart failure many 
times but the Pock was unable to close the gap. The 
final score was LSU— 69, Loyola— 65. 

After a big letdown, Loyola squeezed by Ham 
Wernecke and Florida State 80-76. In the next game. 
Spring Hill emerged in front, scoring a field goal in 
the waning seconds to win, 84-82. French Quarter 
Revon enthusiasts visited Hattiesburg to see the little 
court magician lead the Mississippi Southerners to a 96- 
86 win, the Pack's third loss of the season. 



Loyola opened the 1953-54 basketball season with 
an impressive victory over Howard College of Birming- 
ham. The second game of the season saw Ronnie Rey- 
noir set an all-time school scoring record by hitting 
for 35 points against Northeast Louisiana State in a 
Pack victory, 91-61. Troy State of Alabama fell next 
to the Pack, 74-45, for the third victory of the cam- 
paign. Eddie McCauley's jump shots gave the Wolves 
a rough time of it in the first half of the SLI game, 
but the Pock pulled through for their fourth straight, 
66-61. The first setback came on the first road game 
for our men as they fell to Northeast Louisiana State at 
Monroe, 75-73 in a very close game, which saw the 
Pack leading almost all the way, only to be overtaken 
in the closing seconds. 

With a 4 and 1 record, the Pack took on Texas 
Wesleyan of Fort Worth, and won easily, 91-69. Once 
again on the rood, the Wolves encountered SLI and had 
little trouble in defeating them, 81-67. 




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East Texas State came into the Pack's "home" gym 
two days later and the well-coached winners of the 
NAIA Christmas tournament were set back, 66-60. 

Loyola preserved its four-year undefeated record 
at Fortier gym as it downed the leader of the Gulf 
States Conference, Northwestern Louisiana, 69-64. Loy- 
ola won its biggest game of the season by upsetting 
the nationally rated Flyers from Dayton, 78-68. Fast, 
fancy Xavier of Ohio handed Loyola its first home 
defeat as it downed the Pock, 67-57. 

The Pack left for a grueling road trip and moved 
into Dayton on the first leg. The Flyers, still smarting 
from the loss suffered in New Orleans, outpointed 
the Wolves, 78-70, with big Bob Uhl leading the scoring 
for the Flyers. Revenge was in the eyes of the Pack 
as they met Xavier on their home court, and the Mc- 
Caffertymen turned the trick as they won on a last- 
second field gool by Ronnie Reynoir, 50-49. The team 
then journeyed to Louisville, where they met a very 
strong Cardinal quintet, and were defeated 94-77, 
Louisville sinking 56 percent of its shots in the process. 

Back home again, the Pack met the Mississippi 





Southern quintet in the most exciting game of the 
season, which sow Bob O'Donnell play cat and mouse 
for the last two minutes of the game and then sink 
the winning goal to make the score 78-76. This was 
the best exhibition of dribbling ever seen on a Loyola 
court. 

After being named the Deep South representative 
to the NCAA tournament, the Pack suffered its eighth 
regular loss of the season as Happy Mahfouz and the 
Spring Hill team squeezed through with a 65-64 win. 
Fort Wayne, Indiana was the site of the NCAA tourna- 
ment, which saw Loyola and Notre Dame battle it out 
in the sectional round, v/ith the Irish coming out on 
top, 80-70. 

Loyola's chances were hurt in the gome as Gus 
Reynoir, Bob Hanberg, Ernie Smith, Ralph Barnett, and 
Don Rodriguez were ineligible under NCAA rules. Bob 
O'Donnell was named to the regional NCAA team for 
his 32-point performance in the game. This contest 
concluded the season, with the final record standing 
at 15 wins and 9 losses. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY 



Living up to the reputation of past seasons, the Loyola 
Wolfpups once again captured the SAAU and the AAU crowns 
by defeating the Jewish Community Center in the title round 
of the Southern AAU, 72-71, and by downing the NOAC Juniors 
in the AAU tourney, 76-62. 

Sparking the Wolfpups' fine season was lanky Tony imbro- 
guglio, the team's leading scorer, who was named to the 
Southern AAU All-Tourney team. 

Sharing equal honors with Imbraguglio were John Brous- 
sard, the team's second highest scorer; George Mettler,- Don Drez; 
and Bill Schweiberger. 

Although these five were oustanding, all the other mem- 
bers of the squad made valuable contributions to the team's 
fine record. 



FIRST ROW: Skippy Garcia, Bobby Fernandez, George Mettler, Don Boudreaux, Jim Curtis. SECOND ROW: Tom Rouzan, Coach; Hal 
deHarne, Tom Eccles, John Broussard, Norman Schaubhut, Tony Imbraguglio, and Dick Bickerstaff, manager. 




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BASEBALL 



Sporting a record of 13-6, the Pack baseballers again had 
a fine season, as they continued to display fine fielding and 
good hitting. 

Leading the team at bat was Lee Boudreaux, with an 
average of .341, three points better than Tony Chimento, who 
had a .338 for the season. 

Tops among the pitchers was John Spansel, with a won- 
lost record of 4-1, having pitched a total of 36 1/3 innings. 
Al Belaire was second with an identical won-lost record, but 
with three innings less than Spansel. 

There were only two seniors on this year's squad, so 
the picture looks very good for next season. With Coach 
Orsley getting the cream of the high school ball players, next 
year should be an even bigger one for the Pack and its fol- 
lowers. 



The team does a little celebrating after a well-deserved victory, with Jourdan the hero. 




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The coach has a pre-game talk with his team captains. 







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ROW: Dauphin, Klein, O Shaughnessy, Gallmann, Roussel, Boudreaux, and Coach Orsley. 



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TEAM STATISTICS 

AB R H RBI 

Lee Boudreaux 44 10 15 7 

Tony Chimento 71 13 24 20 

Butsey Morlas 75 20 23 9 

Wil Jourdan 63 14 19 21 

Marion Dauphin 60 19 18 25 

Mickey Cherry 67 20 17 7 

Gerry Wagener 14 5 3 2 

Pat O'Shaughnessy 20 3 4 2 

Jim Linn 53 I6 10 10 

Frank Klein 33 2 6 4 

Ray Lamy 37 3 6 8 

TOTALS 537 130 145 115 

Pitching Records: 

IP 

Al Belaire 33 1/3 

John Spansel 36 1/3 

Paul Gelpi 59 

Jesse Roussel ig 

Chas. Gallmann 13 

Bob Forde 7 



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TRACK 



when Wolfpack trackmen won the Southern AAU meet late in May, the track team ended its most suc- 
cessful season in the University's history. 

Through the season, Jim McCofferty's 22-man team won the "unofficial" titles in the Southern and SLI 
Relays, won a quadrangular meet from Georgia, Miami and Georgia Tech, a triangular meet from Alabama 
and Florida State, and a dual meet with Miss. Southern. 

The Southern AAU meet was a romp for the talented Wolf runners. 

Overall, the Wolves went through the season undefeated and were ranked as the top varsity track team 
in the Deep South. 

Ray Rocker, All-Americon javelin tosser, ended his career v/ith victories in all team competitions and 
first-places in the Southern and SLI Relays. He was beaten by a single inch for the Penn Relay's championship. 

In the national picture, Loyola had three trackmen continuously in the top statistics: Rocker, Frank New- 
man, and Sam Asconi. Rocker threw the javelin 206 ft. 4 in. and ranked in the first 10; Newman ran (with 
wind) a 20.9 (220) which placed him among the first 20; and Ascani jumped over 24 ft. to be among the leading 
brood jumpers. 

Next year, McCofferty has a host of returning letfermen and expects to field another fine Wolfpacl 
track team. 



FIRST ROW: Heap, Fuselier, Weslenberger, Ascani, Newman, Chauvin, and Moreau. 
SECOND ROW; Baradell, Derbes, Becnel, Caswell, Comeaux, Connick, and Lockhart. 
THIRD ROW: Mgr. Sidney Davis, Drez. Rocker, Brandau, Heap, Varela, and Coach McCafferly. 




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LOYOLA 
ALL-AMERICAN 



This was a great year for Loyola, and especially 
for Ray Rocker, who was named by the National Col- 
legiate Track Coaches of America to the 1953 All- 
American Track Team for his performances in the 
javelin in the NCAA meet. His heave of 211 feet, one 
inch, rated among the ten best performances last year, 
won him this award. 

Ray, a dental student, was the first weightmon 
in the history of Loyola to win such an award. 

The citation which he received reads: "The All- 
Americon Board of the National Collegiate Track 
Coaches of America, having praised the performances 
of track and field men throughout the U. S. herewith 
selects and recognizes Ray Rocker as a member of its 
1953 Ali-Americon college track and field team for his 
performance in the javelin. 

This honor is a tribute to him, to his coach, and 
to his school." 



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Chauvin gets clocked by Capt. Tynan. 



Brandau throws the shot. 




ARCHERY 

The 1954 Maroon's archery team continued its winning way with 
victories in the State and City Championships. Paul Hatrel and Maggie 
Brignac sparked the team to these two triumphs as they took first 
place in the men's and women's championships. This is the second 
year that the team has captured these two crowns. Paul and Maggie 
were ably supported in both meets by Honk Burch and Odessa Elston. 
Also contributing to the outstanding efforts of the team were Harold 
Chauvin, Hap Mendelson, Kay Page, Barbara Shanchez and Sylvia Klien. 



ARCHERY TEAM: Paul Hatrel, Hap Mendelson, Hank Burch, Fr. AAulherin, S.J., Coach; Odessa Elston, Maggie Brignac, Barbara Sanchez, Sylvia Klein, 
and Kay Page. Missing: Harold Chauvin. 




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LEFT TO RIGHT: Kay Page, Sylvia Klein, Barbara Sanchez, Maggie Brignac, and 
Odessa Elston. 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Harold Chauvin, Hank Burch, and Paul Hafrel. 




Paul nnissed one by a hair. 



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Maggie, the city champ, checks her perfect score. 



TENNIS 



Talented Bobby Hanberg, 6-3 blond tennisir from California, ended his four- 
year career with the Wolfpack net team with nine wins and two losses in individual 
competition. 

Overall, the Loyola team had a 4-7 record. But the losing season was at- 
tributed to a definite lock of team depth, several inexperienced players and several 
injuries during the season. 

Highlight of the season on the campus was the appearance of national champion, 
Tony Trabert, an international star who handed Hanberg one of his two defeats. 

Hanberg gained some prestige for the Wolfpack team when he won the Munic- 
ipal singles championship late in May, beating Dave Brown, one of New Orleans' top 
nefters. 



TENNIS TEAM: Johnny Fernandez, George Frilot, Bobby Hanberg, Tony Fernandez and Francis Miranda. Mi&slng from pitrure: LaThan Gai 
and Charlie Jeanfreau. 




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t, Samnny Barker scorei another run for SA<. 



2. Intramural track star, Clyde Russell, receives a trophy frotn 
Coach Orslev. 



3. Jake Cohen, men's intramural tennis champion. 

4. AAimi Machin congratulates Pat Lanusse, girl's tennis champion. 

5. Senior and Junior Dents, football co-champions 

6. Soph. Dents, football co-champions 




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Twelve cagers arrive safely after a four of rhe east. 



Bobby looks eager to tell everyone about the trip. 




The smiling faces belong to Jessie Roussel and Ray Lamy, the only seniors on the 
baseball team. 



Back for seconds. 



Kay and Sylvia, the newest additions to the archery tea 



The game is only half over. 





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Calendar 





Upperclassmen purge freshmen at the annual Kangaroo 
Kourt mock trial. 



Cardinal Key sorority fetes incoming coeds. 




University band enrolls a record num- 
ber of frosh. 



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proaching basketball season. 




Freshmen get pointers on Loyola at the convocations during Freshmen coeds entertain Lambda Sigma Lambda members 

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Frosh go through enrollment routine with a trip to the bursar. 



Paul Emenes takes over his job as new Campus Capers leader. 





Jambalaya Party-goers join in the fun of bubble blowing. 



Med-techs are welcomed at a ''^get-acquainted" party. 





Dog Day "Dragnet" theme is the freshmen s way of "getting 
even." 



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Crowd attends the first Loyola jorum to licur Dr. R,i\ 
Mchols. noted historian. 



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World Series on television draws a crowd to the Student Captain Tynan briefs the coed rifle team on techniques oj 



Lounge. 



shooting. 




Caswell and Chauvin work out for the 
annual Sugar Bowl track meet. 



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Father Donnelly appeals to studem 
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Friday nights are spent at the weekly cafe dances. 



Dr. Witte addresses the Evening Division at a convocation. 



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University band holds first campus concert in the quadrangle. 



LSL and APO co-sponsor the United Fund Drive on the 
campus. 





Coed varsity volleyball team organizes under Miss Barrios, 
coach. 



Mario Steinvorth entertains Pan-American Club members at 
a party. 





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Foundations are completed on the Field House. 



Student.^ and jaiiilty returning from the \h,s.s oj i/i,- tl„l\ 
Chosl. 



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I hfspuins opens the season iiilli Sluikcspeait' s " Meicluint <>! 
I en ICC 



Delta Theta Phi goes formal at the Southern Yacht Club. 




El Eds display the latest in fashion at 
campus style show. 



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Irlee Leclere and Dick Vavrick go 
"backward'" at the BAE "Sadie Hawk- 
ins" dance. 




Music students open the Field House drive with a "kick-off" 
show in the quadrangle. 



Archers Chauvin, Burch, and Hatrel copped the State team 
championship in Baton Rouge. 



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Coed archers (/cleat LSL for the Stale liirl's title. 



Patsy Stephens is elected campus and homecoming queen. 





Zadet-Lts. Westholz and Garvey give helpful hints to Holy 
Same traffic patrolmen. 



Campus coeds are nominated for the campus queen title. 





Bishop Sheen arrives to address the Loyola Foriir 



John Paquette and Carol Bachechi portray the title roles in 
the Spanish play, "The Romance of Ferdinand and Isabel.'' 



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Don Rodriguez congratulates Ronnie "Catfish" Reynoir on 
breaking a 12-year-old record by scoring 35 points against 
Northeast Louisiana. 




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Cardinal Key members stage a penny 
party for the Field House Drive. 





Junior Thespians present "Nine Girls." 



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Charlie Suhor with his rendition of 
"Hum Drums" cops first place in the 



Blue Key Talent Night competition. 




Crowds turn out for the annual Carol Sing. 



Music students sponsor a cafe dance after the Carol Sing. 



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St. Thomas More Law Club sponsors the annual Moot Court 
mock trial. 



'^Little ColoneF' and her court are presented at the ROTC 
ball. 





Coed volleyball team ends the season with a favorable 5-1 
record. 



Evening Division s Russian skit competes in Blue Key Talent 
Night. 





Cardinal Key honor sorority taps seven members at Talent Charles Lee Sens wins the Phi Beta scholarship award for the 

Night. highest sophomore average. 



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Student Council members check cafe dance proceeds with 
Miss Barrios. 



Tony Fernandez and Aimee Hanemann draw for the prize 
after having tied in the score-guessing "back the Pack'" 



contest. 




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Otto Goessl escorts Duane Villere, 
UBL sweetheart, to a cocktail party. 



Coed basketball team practices for an 
action-packed season. 





Philaristai distributes prizes in the Student Lounge. 



Loyola Salon members look over some musical arrange 
ments for their recital. 



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Big Jim McCaffertj replaces Tom Haggerty as varsity basket- 
ball coach. 





Provost Corps feasts at Camp Leroy Johnson. 




Sam Martinez boasts twins . . . at long last, a boy! 



Maroon editors go through plans for the spring semester. 





VBL fraternity hosts members at a Student Lounge party. 



New athletic board discusses trip to the LSIJ -Loyola game. 



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Dental school makes plans for the Mississippi Southern 
"'frying.'' 



Audubon Tea Room hosts the Zips rush dance. 




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Teammates laud Bob O'Donnell after 
he scored the winning goal against 
Mis.sissippi Southern. 




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Frosh queen Jackie Keiffer is pre- 
sented at the Sophomore Cotillion. 




High school seniors tour the campus on Journalism Day. 



Blue Key honor fraternity presents a check for the Fiela 
House fund drive. 



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ROTC prepares to burn the Musketeer before the Xavier 
game. 



Dublin Players present two performances on the Loyola 
Forum. 





Zips feast at their rush banquet. 



Ben Bridgeman is named cadet commander of the ROTC. 





Thespians' "Our Toivn' makes use of imaginary props. 



A&S sponsors a motorcade before the Loyola-Dayton game. 



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Dental school's dream lounge becomes a reality. 

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Wolf pups defeat NO AC for the SAAU 
title. 





Big Jim McCafferty signs the contract as permanent Wol 
pack coach. 



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Colleagues Nelson and Ramirez eye 
the plaque awarded them as winners 
of the Moot Court Trial competition. 




Loyola batsmen await their opening game against Southern 
Illinois. 



Jane Suhor approaches high school seniors on the Cardiru 
Key recruiting program. 



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Advanced Cadet Association organizes on the campus. 



Senor Andres Horcasitas, tourist agency delegate for the 
Mexican Government, addresses the Pan American Club. 





Mayor DeLesseps S. Morrison receives a certificate of hon- 
orary membership in APO fraternity. 



Loyola Alumni Association attends its quarterly Mass in Holy 
Name Church. 





Wolf pack gets set for the NCAA tournament in Fort Wayne, Wolfpack in action against Notre Dame in the NCAA tourna- 

Indiana. ment. 



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Dental school donates teeth-cleaning proceeds to Ceylon 
Missions. 



Loyola Alumni host their children at a party. 




1954 




General Mark Clark addresses the 
Loyola Forum. 



Thespians^ ''Pilate'^ is presented dur- 
ing Holy Week. 





Blue Key taps new members at a party in the Student Lounge. 



Cardinal Key Prexy, Anna Copponex, briefs high school se>] 
iors on Loyola. 



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Father Butt is honored at a testimonial banquet jar 25 years 
of service to Loyola. 




Captain Bobby Conrad accepts the Loyola Alumni aivard 
presented to the Wolf pack. 




Pan-American Day is observed on the campus. 




DES honor fraternity chooses new members for outstanding 
scholarship. 




Frosh cop the debating title in the Hausmann Trophy com- 



petition. 




Byrd High wins the Edward Douglas White debating tourna- 
ment sponsored by Loyola. 



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Business administration students cast their ballots in Student 
Council nominations. 



Mrs. E. Otto Barre Philaristai president, presents the final 
payment on the Student Lounge renovation to Fr. Doyle. 




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Beth Ann Rebaudo receives her medal 
as first place winner in the coed rifle 
competition, as Mary Healy and 
.Restivo look on. 




Grace Tedesco and Joan Banner are 
victors in the freshman Moot Court 
competition. 




Wolf staff enjoys a hearty meal at Brennan's. 



Joseph R. Berrigan, Jr., discusses the classics at an Academy 
sponsored by the Classical Language Department. 



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Norman Treigle and Rosemary Rotolo sing a duet at "A 
Nite at Loyola." 



Dean Papale receives a portrait oj Edgar Howard Farrar 
from Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity. 





Mr. Varnado hosts athletes at a seafood boil in the cafeteria. 



Cardinal Key taps 13 members at "Nite at Loyola." 




Professor Bailey is presented an honor scroll from the Ameri- Outstanding journalists receive atvards at the Maroon ban- 

can Institute of Chemists. quet. 



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Graduates in procession at the Baccalaureate Mass. 



Dean McCloskey receives an award for 25 years of servic 
to Loyola. 




Anna Copponex is presented the LSL 
award for being the girl graduate most 
active in extra-curricular activities. 



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1954 class makes history with two summa cum laude grad- 
uates, Joseph Berrigan and Pat McCarthy. 



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Moon Landrieu receives the Charle. 
Bailey award for being the outstand 
ing campus leader. 




Father Doyle and t attier Donnelly confer an honorary degre 
on Dr. Fitzgerald, president of the American Dental Associa 
tion. 



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Cor. Secretary Mrs. Michael A. Holahan 

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Zhe 1954 Wolf 



This is the 1954 Wolf. We hope you will enjoy it as much as we enjoyed 
putting it together for you. 

To us The Wolf means more than just a pictorial account of an academic 
year; it means days and nights of hard work. If the book satisfies you, 
however, we will consider ourselves liberally repaid. 

We sincerely hope that in editing The Wolf we have captured your 
University life, for this was intended to be your book. It does not belong to us, 
the staff. We merely put it together for you. If you are able in future years to 
turn to these pages and remember some of the happiest days of your life, 
those you spent at Loyola, then we have achieved our aim. The new faces, 
those of the freshmen on the campus, the activities of organizations and fraterni- 
ties with all of their parties and fun, the Campus Court, the Talent Night, the 
basketball games, the Forums, the Carol Singing, the Sophomore Cotillion, the 
Annual Award Night, the most cherished moment in a college student's career, 
graduation as a Senior: all of these, and many more significant events, are 
recorded in this The 1954 Wolf, so that in future years you may turn to it and 
reminisce of days gone by. 

In order to present the faculty and students of Loyola a book worthy of 
the University it pictures, the staff worked untiringly. They hove all contributed 
in their own way to make this publication possible, and to them I am truly 
grateful. 

There are others who, though not on the staff, have contributed to the 
production of The Wolf. Without them the job would have been impossible. 
I would like to extend my deepest gratitude 

to Fr. Toomey, our moderator, for his helpfulness and understanding, 

to Russ Cresson, University photographer, for his excellent photographs, 

good advice and helpfulness, 

to the President of the University, 

to the Deans and Regents of all of Loyola's Schools and Colleges, 

to all of these and to any others who have contributed throughout the 

year to the success of The 1954 Wolf, I again say "Thank You." 

Evangeline Molero 
Editor, 1954 Wolf. 



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